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Tom Dooley

Tom Dooley

FACULTY (Adjunct)

Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology), George Fox University, Newberg, OR, USA (1996)
M.A. (Clinical Psychology), George Fox University, Newberg, OR, USA (1994)
M’Div. & M.A. (Pastoral Counseling), Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Springfield, MO USA. ( 1986 & 1987)

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Teaching Areas: Pastoral Counseling

Ministerial Background
Raised in a large Roman Catholic Family of seven, Tom received Christ while in College, at the age of 24 in an Assemblies of God church.  Shortly after this he joined the Christian Service Corps, a short term missionary organization in Washington D.C. and did a short term missions support stint in Mali, W. Africa, after this he also worked at the headquarters in Silver Springs, MD. He then attended AGTS in Springfield, MO and earned an M.Div and M.A. in Pastoral Counseling.
He has been a licensed AG Minister since 1985 and ordained soon afterwards.He is originally from Springfield, Massachusetts but moved to Oregon to pursue a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at George Fox University in 1993, and settled down in Oregon. He did a one year doctorate internship at Emerge Ministries in Akron Ohio. His dissertation was on a mission theme, “Developing a Transcultural Pastoral Counseling Training Model.”
He has counseling practices in both Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. He has enjoyed doing short term missions work in such places as W. Africa, India and the Philippines. He has done a variety of teaching/seminars in the Philippines has taught Pastoral Counseling and related subjects at APTS, and is excited to become a non-residential staff member. He is interested in the integration of healthy mental health principals/practices and Pastoral Counseling.
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