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Psychology Department Faculty & Staff 

PROGRAM MISSION

The mission of the Southern Nazarene University Graduate Programs in Counseling is to educate and prepare students to assist diverse populations as competent, ethical, and self-reflective practitioners. As a university rooted in the Wesleyan theological tradition, we shape our students to value hospitality, curiosity, and compassion, emphasize a relational-developmental model, and promote service and social justice.

Department of Psychology and Counseling Faculty and Staff

 

 

Ron Wright Ph.DRon Wright, Ph.D.
 Chair, Department of Psychology and Counseling, Professor
 Clinical Psychologist, Fuller Theological Seminary
 405-491-6395
rwright@snu.edu

 

Paul Jones Ph.DPaul Jones, Ph.D.
 Director, Graduate Programs in Counseling, Associate Professor
 Clinical Psychologist, Fuller Theological Seminary
 405-491-6656
pajones@snu.edu

 

Scott Drabenstot, Ph.D.Scott Drabenstot, Ph.D.
 Director, Graduate/Undergraduate Research
 Assistant Professor
 Licensed Professional Counselor, University of Oklahoma
 405-491-6374
sdrabens@snu.edu

Anna Harper, Ph.D.Anna Harper, Ph.D.
 Assistant Professor
 Bowling Green State University
 405-491-6352

 

 

Scott Secor, M.S.Scott Secor, M.S.
 Assistant Director, Graduate Programs in Counseling-Bethany
 Licensed Professional Counselor, Southern Nazarene University
 405-491-6360
ssecor@snu.edu

 


Kim Roach, M.A.Kim Roach, M.A.
 Assistant Director, Graduate Programs in Counseling-Tulsa
 Licensed Professional Counselor, Southern Nazarene University
 918-970-4631
kiroach@snu.edu

 
 
 

Allyson Greenhill Administrative Assistant-BethanyAllyson Greenhill
 Administrative Assistant-Bethany
 405-491-6360
agreenhill@mail.snu.edu


 

 

Adrian Livingston
 Administrative Assistant-Tulsa
 918-970-4627
alivingston@mail.snu.edu

 

 

 



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