Tracks and Track Coordinators
Clinical Practice Track
Lisseth Rojas-Flores, PhD
is an Assistant Professor of Marital and Family Therapy, and Director of Clinical Training for the MS MFT, Department of Marriage & Family Therapy, Graduate School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary
Academic & Research Track
Jamie Aten, PhD
is the Dr. Arthur P. Rech and Mrs. Jean May Rech Associate Professor of Psycology at Wheaton College. His primary professional interests focus on the integration of psychological science and theology, with an emphasis on disaster mental health and trauma. Dr. Aten is a widely published author, and was the 2012 recipient of the APA’s prestigious “Outstanding Early Career Professional” award.
Cross-Cultural & International Track
Linda M. Bubod, EdD
serves as the Clinical Director/Coordinator of the School of Counseling at Singapore Bible College.
Fred Gingrich, D.Min.,
is a Professor of Counseling and the Counseling Division Chair at Denver Seminary
Marriage, Family, Sexuality & Child Track
Dr. Gary Oliver
is a Professor of Psychology and Practical Theology, and Executive Director of the Center for Relationship Enrichment at John Brown University in Arkansas. He is a popular speaker and prolific writer; among his best-selling books are: Raising Your Kids to Love Jesus and Mad about Us: Moving from Anger to Intimary with Your Spouse.
Rebecca Propst, PhD
is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified psychoanalyst in private practice in Portland, OR. She is a popular speaker, consultant, scholar, and author of the book, Psychotherapy within a Religious Framework: Spirituality in the Emotional Healing Process.
Counselor Education & Licensed Professional Counselor Track
Scott Floyd, PhD
is a Professor of Psychology and Counseling at B.H. Carroll Theological Institute in Arlington, Texas. He also serves as the Director of Counseling at Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Ft. Worth, Texas.