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Master of Arts

Our professors are distinguished scholars, active researchers, published writers, and faithful Christians who demonstrate what it means to be both Christ-followers and leaders in their academic fields. As mentors and role models, they play a huge role in the integration of faith and learning at Bethel.

Program Directors & Lead Faculty

Jennifer Nelson

Jennifer Nelson

Program Director | jen94387@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2015

Clinical Supervision and Training; Trauma and Loss; Identity Development; Relationship Development; and Issues of Faith and Spirituality in the therapeutic process

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Jeffrey Berryhill

Jeffrey Berryhill

Adjunct Instructor | j-berryhill@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2010

Dr. Berryhill is an adjunct instructor at Bethel and typically teaches courses in psychopathology and ethics in the graduate counseling program. He is trained as a clinical psychologist and has practiced for over 25 years. He also has co-taught Bethel's history of psychology in Europe course.

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Herb Grant

Adjunct Professor | h-grant@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2012

Dr. Grant's clinical and research interests focus on couples therapy, mental health for underserved populations and clinical supervision.

Peter Jankowski

Peter Jankowski

Associate Professor of Counseling | pjankows@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2004

Jankowski’s research focuses on differentiation of self and spirituality; forgiveness; faith integration in psychotherapy; narrative and experiential therapy; and clinical supervision.

Jason Li

Jason Li

Professor of Psychology | j-li@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 1985

Li focuses his research on cross-cultural and multi-cultural competence in counseling. He also has a passion for exploring the integration of psychological and Christian perspectives in counseling.

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Deanna Towns

Instructor | d-towns@bethel.edu | Started at Bethel: 2019

Clinical Supervision; Trauma and Abuse; Military Families; Development of Counseling Internationally; Virtues in Learning Acquisition Deanna Towns earned her bachelor's degree in social work from University of Georgia, her master's in marriage and family therapy from Liberty University in Virginia, and is completing her doctorate in counselor education and supervision at Regent University in Virginia. Prior to joining the Bethel community, Deanna worked as an adjunct professor at Regent U. . . read more.

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