At Wheaton your training will shape you to become a competent mental health professional who models a commitment to professional practice as service, along with a balanced approach to spiritual, personal, professional, and interpersonal growth and development. Our goal is to produce graduates who will be distinctive as Christians in their practice of professional counseling, marital and family therapy, and clinical psychology.
In all programs, every effort is made to integrate theory with practice. Thus, the programs have been developed with the goal of training future practitioners by modeling a commitment to professional practice as service with a balanced approach to spiritual, personal, professional, and interpersonal growth and development. For more information, please refer to each program's handbook.
The graduate programs conform to the Community Covenant and the Statement of Faith of Wheaton College which provide a framework for our life together as an academic and spiritual community.