The School of Education and Behavioral Studies
Counselor Education (GR)
Full Name: Philip Henry
Professor of Counseling
B.A., Palm Beach Atlantic University, '79; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.S., Chestnut Hill College; Ph.D., Temple University; Licensed Psychologist.
Dr. Henry taught in psychology and counseling programs at several schools including Temple University, Chestnut Hill College and Eastern College, where he also served as the coordinator of the graduate program in school counseling.
He has experience in the field of counseling in a wide variety of settings including counseling, research, training and supervision of counselors and family therapy at Philadelphia Child Guidance Center. In addition, he is a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice with Diane Langberg and Associates, focusing on the treatment of addictions, school-related problems, marriage and family counseling, and issues relating to physical and sexual abuse.
Dr. Henry has presented for a variety of professional organizations and churches on a wide range of topics including Christian counseling, addiction and recovery, motivational interviewing and "meaning-centered therapy." He is the author of a recent book on the practical integration of Christian counseling called, "The Christian Therapist Notebook: Homework, Handouts and Activities for Use in Christian Counseling," Haworth Press.