School of Psychology & Counseling

Visiting Faculty

 
 
Gary Collins

Gary Collins, Ph.D. – Distinguished Visiting Professor 2007-Present

Education
  • Ph.D., Purdue University (Clinical Psychology), 1963
  • M.A., University of Toronto (Psychology), 1958
  • B.A., McMaster University (General Studies), 1956
Positions Held
  • Professor at various institutions including Bethel College and Trinity International University
  • Co-Founder and first president of the American Association of Christian Counseling
  • Founding editor of Christian Counseling Today Magazine
  • Distinguished Professor of Leadership and Coaching at Psychological Studies Institute in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Collins’ areas of interest lie primarily in coaching, mentoring and advising counseling, higher education and business professionals. His responsibilities, while here at Regent, will be to advise the faculty in developing a leadership presence internationally, teaching doctoral students on current trends and practices of Christian counseling around the world, and guiding participation in the emerging role of global Christian counseling.
 
David Oh

David (Yoon-sun) Oh, Ph.D. - Visiting Professor for 2004-2005

Education
  • Ph.D., Myongji University (Youth Psychology), 2000
  • M.R.E., Wash. Baptist Theological Seminary (Christian Psychology), 1997
  • M.Div., Chongshin University (Christian Psychology), 1995
  • M.A., Kon-Kuk University (Psychology and Counseling), 1992
  • Th.B ., Wash. Baptist Collage(Theology), 1989
  • B.A., Korean Bible University (Christian Education), 1988
  • B.A eq., Korea Diverse University (Philosophy), 1978-1984
Dr. Oh's primary interest areas are prevention of adolescent aggression and violence in school, Christian counseling for adolescents and sexuality issues, crisis pastoral counseling for youth, and adolescent education and leadership in Christian worldview. His current research is titled, "A Study on the Counseling for the Internet Addiction of Adolescents."
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