Philip Henry

Professor of Counseling | Chair, Counselor Education Program (WPB)

School: School of Education and Behavioral Studies
Department: Counselor Education
Sub-department(s): Counselor Education (GR)

joined: 1999


Dr. Henry is committed to counselor training. He is a member of the American Counseling Association and the Florida Counseling Association and has presented at the local, state and national level. He taught in counseling programs at several schools including Temple University, Chestnut Hill College, Eastern University and Cairn University. In addition, he supervises registered interns in mental health counseling to fulfill their hours for certification in the state of Florida. 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.

Dr. Henry has presented for a variety of professional organizations and churches on a wide range of topics including Christian counseling, AEDP, addiction and recovery, motivational interviewing, neuroscience and neurobiology. He is the author of a book on the practical integration of Christian counseling, The Christian Therapist Notebook: Homework, Handouts and Activities for Use in Christian Counseling (Haworth Press), and has published several articles and book chapters on a variety of issues.


PHD in Counseling Psychology, Temple University | MS in Counseling Psychology, Chestnut Hill College | MDV in Divinity, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary | BA in Psychology, Palm Beach Atlantic University