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Pastoral counseling combines counseling with theological training to offer clients a unique and integrated approach to therapeutic treatment. A pastoral counselor is a licensed mental health professional who has also had religious training and/or theological education. Clinical services are non-sectarian and respect the spiritual commitments, religious beliefs and traditions of clients, including couples, families, mental health clients and substance abusers. Pastoral counseling may incorporate collaborative community based services, training and education to improve the well-being of person in need.

Pastoral counselors provide therapeutic support and spiritual guidance to people in need of all ages and circumstances. The unique orientation and listening perspective that pastoral counselors provide helps those in need find peace, forgiveness and acceptance.

Admissions Requirements

1. Men or Women aged 18 and above.
2. Single or married.
3. Approval of SRP / PMR / SPM / STPM or STP, basic discipleship, Evangelical Movement Training Center (PLGP) or BTS / Diploma / Bachelor / Master alumni.

Entry Requirements For Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling (M.A)

  1. Fill out the registration form.
  2. Obtain two recommendations, ie an individual or a church.
  3. Specify a sponser letter (if it is Directed).
  4. Giving a testimony sheet about the experience of conversion and God’s call to serve.
  5. 3-port passport sized picture
  6. Copy of certificate of diploma (B.Th) or degree – Non Theology (cop and certified).
  7. Transcript of previous program value with CGPA of at least 2.6 (M.A)
  8. Pass the entrance exam and interview.


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