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BA, West Chester University; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary

Michelle is a 2000 graduate of Biblical Seminary, adjunct professor, and a staff member of the counseling program department. Michelle has taught Fieldwork courses as well as Introduction to Counseling Skills and Sex Therapy. She has a heart for those that suffer with sexual difficulties in marriage. She has been counseling for over 13 years and her clients have presented with varying issues including depression, anxiety, and sexual abuse.

Interim Assistant Director of the Graduate School of Counseling

BA in English Writing, Eastern University; MA in Counseling, Biblical Theological Seminary

Heather is a counselor, teacher, speaker, and writer. Her areas of interest are trauma-informed care, post-traumatic growth, multicultural/contextual awareness, counselor development and self-care, counseling in urban settings, and the intersection of interpersonal neurobiology and spiritual formation. Heather is the founder of a collaborative project called Life in the Whirlwind, which provides resources for people wanting to participate more deeply in being beloved and, in so doing, discover unshakable sanctuaries out of which love, justice, and mercy can pour forth into the world.


BA, Taylor University; MA, PhD, Temple University

Dr. Diane Langberg is the leading Christian psychologist with expertise in trauma recovery. Her teaching has taken her to South America, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Her books on sexual abuse remain popular with both clinicians and victims. She joined Biblical Seminary as a Clinical Faculty member (Clinical Faculty members are practitioners who also lecture and train) and has a leadership role in the shaping and delivery of the Global Trauma Recovery Institute.

Dr. Langberg is Chair of the Executive Board of the American Association of Christian Counselors, serves on the board of GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in a Christian Environment), and is Co-Chair of the Trauma Advisory Council for the American Bible Society. She is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumna for Professional Achievement from Taylor University, the American Association of Christian Counselor's Caregiver Award, and the Philadelphia Council of Clergy's Christian Service Award.

Michael McFee, PsyD

BA, Wheaton College; MA, PsyD, Forest Institute of Professional Psychology

Dr. McFee is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience. He has taught extensively at the university level in counseling and psychology, and has been training therapists for over 15 years.

Thomas V. Taylor Visiting Professor of Counseling & Psychology

MAR, Westminster Theological Seminary; MA, Wheaton College; PsyD, Wheaton College

Dr. Monroe is a licensed and practicing psychologist with Diane Langberg & Associates. His primary passion lies in enabling the church to minister to hurting individuals and his focus is helping counselors build effective counseling skills and relationships so that lives may be transformed. Other interests include global trauma recovery, ethics, racial reconciliation, and addiction. A requested speaker, Phil's contributions to the wider counseling community include articles, book chapters, and numerous presentations at conferences. He lives in Roslyn, PA with his wife, Kim, and their two sons. He blogs at Musings of a Christian Psychologist.


BS, Toccoa Falls College; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary

Julie is Associate Faculty at CCEF and a counselor with over fifteen years of experience. She speaks at events regarding body image, women's issues, parenting and children, conflict resolution, and helping churches and ministries work through issues of abuse. Julie has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and is pursuing certification as a Registered Play Therapist.


BS, Eastern University; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary

Steve Smith is a pastoral counselor with a proficiency in marital concerns, grief and loss, church ministry issues, and vocational transition. Steve holds both a Master of Arts in Counseling degree and a Master of Arts in Christian Thought degree from Biblical Seminary. He is a couples’ counselor supporting the pastoral staff at local churches, and currently volunteers as a couples’ counselor at a crisis pregnancy clinic.

Interim Director of the Graduate School of Counseling

BA, Pennsylvania State University; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary

Bonnie is a 2006 graduate of Biblical Seminary (MA in Counseling) and 1990 graduate of Penn State University (BA in Psychology). She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). She currently works full time as the Interim Director in the counseling department at Biblical Seminary and does counseling for Penn Foundation's EAP and in private practice.


BA, Pennsylvania State University; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary; MA, Cairn University

Dan is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master's degree from Cairn University. He joined Diane Langberg & Associates, bringing twenty years of clinical experience with state certification in addiction, and extensive experience with mental health disorders. Mr. White has worked in a variety of settings, including outpatient facilities for substance abuse, and inpatient psychiatric and residential programs. His areas of interest include pre-marital and marital counseling, addiction, depression, and anxiety disorders.


BA, East Stroudsburg University; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary

Jenn is a 2005 graduate of Biblical Seminary and has a background in working with victims of trauma and abuse. She has taught a variety of courses on counseling and criminal justice topics. Jenn specializes in diverse matters such as depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, and generally difficult life problems. Her desire is to walk alongside individuals struggling with the hardships life brings.

Biblical Theological Seminary
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