Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care
On this website you will find essential information that is related to the three degree programs in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care:
- Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling
- Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling
Use the links in the menu to the left to learn more.
We trust that God will bless you as you seek to follow God’s call for your life and as we join you on that journey.
Counseling and Pastoral Care Department Mission Statement
To equip students to serve diverse communities by facilitating healing and growth through reflectively integrating professional counseling competencies and practices with Christian values, principles and resources.
You will find a pdf of the CPC Handbook and a 2-year cycle of course offerings for the counseling (CO) and the pastoral counseling (PC) courses on the Downloads page. We endeavor to offer the classes as scheduled in the 2-year cycle, yet faculty sabbaticals lead to temporary changes in what may be offered.
Please visit the Asbury Seminary Admissions Office website if you would like to apply for admission to the counseling program.