1995 Ed.D. (Counseling; Minor: Psychology), Texas A&M University-Commerce
Dissertation: “From Stress Seminar to a Foundation of Care for Missionaries in Central and Eastern Europe” 2004 D.Min. (Pastoral Ministries), Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
Dissertation: “Examining the Counseling and Religious Values of Master’s Level Counseling Students: A National Study” 1992 M.S. (Counseling; Minor: Psychology), Texas A&M University-Commerce
1989 M.Div. (Theology), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
1986 B.S. (Psychology; Minor: Business Administration), Texas A&M University
Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas State Board of Professional Counselors
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Texas State Board of Professional Counselors
National Certified Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors
Board Certified Life Coach, National Board for Certified Counselors
EMDR Training in Trauma Intervention, EMDRIA Accredited, Approved Provider
Rapid Resolution Trauma Therapy, Advanced Training, Institute for Rapid Resolution Trauma Therapy
Licensed Minister, Hilltop Baptist Church, Burleson, Texas
Ordained Minister, Hilltop Baptist Church, Burleson, Texas
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Hunter, S. (2018). Crushed: Embracing the Brokenness and Blessings of Suicidal
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Journal of Applied Christian Counseling.
Christian Counselors of Texas
American Counseling Association
Texas Counseling Association
Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)
Introduction to Psychology
Dynamics of Marriage and Family
History of Psychology
Theories of Personality
Introduction to Neuroscience
Integration of Theology and Psychology
Social, Cultural, and Family Issues
Counseling Methods and Techniques
Human Growth and Development
Abnormal Human Behavior
Lifestyle and Career Development
Marriage and Family Counseling
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