Yes! We rigorously teach Research Statistics, Research Methods, and Physiological Psychology. We also teach Professional Ethics in our Counseling and Research courses, and we give preference to “evidence based” counseling methods and developmental theories. Some of our recent graduates have had their way paid through graduate school, because they were able to serve as Research and Teaching Assistants in the departments where they received their graduate training. We are excited about the fact that the counseling and helping procedures that are the most biblical are also the ones that receive the most support in professional research literature. Each year, our graduates gain admissions to elite graduate programs that consistently accept less than 10% of their applicants.