I studied Psychology because I just love learning about people and finding out what makes them who they are and how to make better at being who they are.
So it's that blend of thinking like a researcher, but also recognizing that really at the heart of Psychology is the ability to give away the field so that students can be caregivers, they can be helpers.
I originally wanted to be a counselor, so I've done a lot of practical training. Just practicing listening skills, and reflecting meaning and thinking through what it means to counsel people and deal with life issues from a Christian standpoint.
Our classes are small, we get to know you, not only as people, but as future contributors, future scholars, really. You may not necessarily think of yourself as that just yet but you'll be known at JBU.