Dr. Chris Hull joined the faculty in 2013 as professional development director and associate professor of counseling. He is a licensed mental health counselor, national certified counselor, and approved clinical supervisor. He is an active member of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS) and the American Counseling Association (ACA). He currently serves on the board of the Association of Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC) and is a member of the ACA Cyber Task Force.
Dr. Hull received a PhD in counselor education and supervision from Regent University, an MA in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary, and a BA from Dordt College. Prior to joining the Denver Seminary counseling department, Dr. Hull was chair of the online clinical mental health counseling program at Grace College and Seminary and an assistant professor in the College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences at Argosy University. He has practiced counseling in a variety of diverse settings and continues to teach, write, and present on topics related to addictions, clinical supervision, creative use of technology in clinical training, and professional development issues in counselor education and training.
Hull, C.E., Suarez, E.C., & Hartman, D. (2016). Developing spiritual competencies in counseling: A guide for supervisors. Counseling and Values, 61, p. 111-26.
Hull, C.E., Suarez, E.C., Sells, J.N., & Miller, M.M. (2013). Addressing spiritual dialogue in supervision: Comparing supervisor and supervisee perceptions. Journal of Psychology & Christianity, 32, p. 30-42.