Human Services (B.A.), College of Adult and Professional Studies
Master of Divinity, Bethel Seminary
Started at Bethel
- Concordia College - B.A., 2001
- Bethel Seminary - M.Div., 2005
- Bethel Seminary - M.A.M.F.T., 2008
Areas of expertise
Family systems, differentiation of self, narrative and constructivist approaches in therapy, socio-economic and cultural issues in therapy, and integration of religion and spirituality in the field of psychotherapy.
Long worked for 8 years in various pastoral settings before beginning to practice marriage and family therapy full time in 2007. He has worked in various mental health based areas including a non-profit, private practice, and school based settings. He received his LMFT licensure in 2011 and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Bethel University since 2008.
Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships
Certificates and Licenses
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Minnesota
Certified Narrative Therapist