Dr. Kathryn Rodriguez is the newest faculty member in the Master of Arts in Counseling program at Multnomah University. Dr. Rodriguez has served for several years as an adjunct professor for Multnomah's college, seminary, and graduate programs.
About Kathryn Rodriguez
Dr. Rodriguez is a licensed clinical psychologist with 23 years of professional clinical experience specializing in healing from dysfunctional families, sexual abuse, father wounds, eating disorders, and addictions.
For nine years, she was a pastor on staff at East Hill Foursquare Church in Gresham, Oregon. She focused on pastoral care and leadership and guided people through emotional healing.
Dr. Rodriguez received her PhD in Psychology and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Western Seminary, and her B.S. in Social Science from the State University of New York (which is now Excelsior College).
"Discipleship that heals broken minds and hearts is my passion and calling," Dr. Kathryn Rodriguez said. "Having the opportunity to teach, coach, and train Christian leaders, pastors and counselors in practical integration is a joy. Investing in the future church to be an authentic healing and supportive environment is my commitment."
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Multnomah University is a fully accredited, private, non-denominational, Christian institution of higher education, located in Portland, Oregon, with teaching sites in Reno, Nevada, and Anchorage, Alaska. Made up of an undergraduate Bible college, a biblical seminary, graduate programs, an adult degree completion program, and an online distance-learning program, Multnomah issues bachelor's and master's degrees, and professional certifications and endorsements.