The individuals who will challenge you to learn:
574-372-5100 ext. 6055
B.A. in Criminal Justice, University of Winnipeg; M.A. in Counseling, Providence College; M.A. in Counseling, University of North Dakota; Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Indiana State University
Dr. Tammy Schultz has taught full time in the Graduate Department of Counseling and Interpersonal Relations since 1995. Her salient interests center on healing from suffering as well as prayer. She has co-authored two books: Transformed in His Presence: The need for prayer in counseling and Beyond Desolate: Hope versus hate in the rubble of sexual abuse. Prior to her time at Grace, Dr. Schultz counseled full-time at the Winnipeg Christian Counseling Group in Winnipeg, Canada, and taught part-time at Providence Seminary.
574-372-5100 ext. 6469
B.A. in Elementary Education, Grace College; M.A. in Counseling, Grace College; Psy.D. in Clinical Pyschology, Adler School of Professional Pyschology
Prof. Deb Musser has been a full-time/core faculty member in the Graduate Department of Counseling and Interpersonal Relations since 2007, having taught as a part-time instructor in the department for five years previous to that. Prof. Musser has a passion for instilling hope to hurting people and is especially interested in women's issues and social justice. Before joining the full-time faculty, she worked for twelve years in the Student Affairs Department at Grace College.
B.A. in Philosophy, Indiana University; M.A. Counseling Psychology, Grace College and Theological Seminary; M.B.A. in Business Administration, Anderson University; Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision, Regent University
Dr. Olges has his own counseling practice in Fishers, IN called Embark Counseling, has been on staff at two large churches on the north side of Indianapolis, and built a Christian residential facility and program for women with eating disorders in Anderson, IN. Dave and his wife Shari have three children.
574-372-5100 ext. 6431
Diploma in Advanced German, Goethe Institute; B.A. in History, Grace College; M.Div., Grace Theological Seminary; D.Min. in Intercultural Studies, Grace Theological Seminary
Dr. Roger Peugh came to Grace in the fall of 1989 with three years of pastoral experience followed by 20 years of missionary experience as a church planter in Germany. While at Grace, he was involved as an elder in a church plant for 13 years. He is an active Bible conference speaker as well as guest-lecturer in several German Bible schools. In addition to his role as Professor in the School of Ministry Studies, Dr. Peugh serves Grace College as Campus Prayer Coordinator and is serving as the Interim Dean of Chapel. Dr. Peugh, who has authored on the topic of prayer, is married to Nancy and they have four children and eight grandchildren.
B.A., Biblical Studies, Grace College; M.Div. in Counseling, Grace Theological Seminary
Kondo Simfukwe is passionate about growing in understanding how to meaningfully apply the cross work of Jesus Christ to our brokenness. He was born in England, raised in Zambia, and spent his high school years in Australia before attending Grace College for his undergraduate and graduate degrees.
B.S. in Psychology, B.S.A in Art, Eastern Michigan University; M.S. in Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, Baylor University
Larry G. Wooley, Psy.D., HSPP has been a practicing psychologist in Northern Indiana for 12 years. He has recently begun a new position as Director of the WCC Counseling Center, a counseling outreach ministry of the Warsaw Community Church. His professional interests include child and adolescent intervention, attachment and psychological testing. Personal interests include family time with his wife and three children, fishing, the outdoors, professional baseball and college football.