Richmont Graduate University School of Psychology offers an integrative perspective on the relationship between psychology and faith through graduate education and clinical research.
Richmont’s primary objective is to provide master’s-level training in professional counseling from a Christian perspective. Training occurs within the context of a structured curriculum and supervisory relationships and is designed to equip graduates to facilitate Christ-centered spiritual growth, mental health and relational healing. Our graduate education programs culminate in the following degrees:
School of Counseling
School of Psychology
School of Ministry
Richmont Graduate University is founded on principles that adhere to National Association of Evangelicals Statement of Faith appearing below. This statement has been affirmed by more than seventy denominations and thus represents a broad evangelical consensus. All faculty members affirm this statement, and students who attend the Richmont will be taught from a Christian perspective.
Embrace the path. Embrace the faith. Restore the world.