Dr. Monte Hasz began as an adjunct faculty member at Denver Seminary in 1994. In April of 2006, he was appointed interim chair of the counseling division and in 2010 was granted faculty status and appointed assistant professor of counseling. He is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and the Colorado Psychological Association (CPA).
Dr. Hasz received the PsyD from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University, an MA in clinical psychology, also from Rosemead, an MDiv from Denver Seminary, and a BA from Biola University.
In addition to serving on the faculty at Denver Seminary, Dr. Hasz maintains a half-time private practice at Southwest Counseling Associates in Littleton. As a licensed psychologist, his professional areas of interest include brief therapy, development, marriage and family, and men's issues. He has co-authored a book, Promoting Change through Brief Therapy in Christian Counseling, as well as several articles on brief therapy and marital treatment.
Areas of Academic Interest and Research
Brief Therapy, development, marriage and family, men's issues.
Promoting Change Through Brief Therapy in Christian Counseling. Tyndale House Publishers, 1997. ISBN: 978-0842350594