Philip G. Monroe, PsyD
Thomas V. Taylor Professor of Counseling & Psychology, Director, Graduate School of Counseling
Dr. Monroe is a licensed and practicing psychologist with Diane Langberg & Associates. His primary passion lies in enabling the church to minister to hurting individuals and his focus is helping counselors build effective counseling skills and relationships so that lives may be transformed. Other interests include global trauma recovery, ethics, racial reconciliation, and addiction. A requested speaker, Phil's contributions to the wider counseling community include articles, book chapters, and numerous presentations at conferences. He lives in Roslyn, PA with his wife, Kim, and their two sons.
- BA, Berkshire Christian College
MAR, Westminster Theological Seminary
MA, Wheaton College
- PsyD, Wheaton College
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Effective counseling skills, global mental health, ethics, racial reconciliation, sexual addictions, and critical thinking skills.