Develop the skills you need to integrate a whole-health approach to patient care and learn strategic intervention methods that will equip you to effectively serve patients.
Our instructors have real-world experience in behavioral health careers and will use their knowledge to prepare you to make a difference in the world. You’ll learn about
- Theories of health and unhealthy human development
- Etiology and impact of addictions
- Methodology for crisis intervention
- Diversity concepts
With this degree, you will develop a Christian worldview that promotes ethical patient care and behavioral health practices and integrates your heart for service with the scientific understanding of human behavior to advance your vocational calling.
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Career OpportunitiesAfter graduating with a Behavioral Health degree, you will be prepared to work in government, private, and non-profit settings. Become a case manager, behavioral health technician, or community support worker. Or, choose to work as a family advocate, as a juvenile officer, with those fighting addictions, or in mental health service.
- Behavioral health technician
- Family advocate
- Case Manager
- Addiction services
- Mental health services
- Juvenile Officer
- Community support worker
Heather Kelly, Psy.D.
Department Chair for Behavioral and Social Sciences; Professor of Psychology
Full Time Faculty
Debbie J. Bicket, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling
Brian Kelly, Ph.D.
Alisyn Van Note
Leah Wilson, M.A., LPC
Adjunct Professor, Behavioral Health Program Coordinator