Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Lisa Sinclair

Dr.
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Dr. Lisa Sinclair
D.Min., Columbia Biblical Seminary 
 

Dr. Sinclair serves as a Member Care Provider with United World Mission, teaches clinical mental health nursing at Marquette University College of Nursing, and works as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.  In the past she has worked as a Family Nurse practitioner and Manager of Parish Nursing and Health Ministry at Presbyterian Hospital as well as numerous other nursing/psychiatric positions.

Dr. Sinclair holds a DMin in Member Care from Columbia Biblical Seminary, a MSN, FNP from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a MA in Intercultural Studies from Columbia International University, and a BSN from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 

Dr. Lloyd Douglas “Doug” Dorman

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D.Min., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 
 

Dr. Dorman established Your Next Step Institute in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where he still serves.  He has spoken and taught in my places in the United States and around the world. 

He holds a Doctor of Ministry and Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor of Arts (Bible) from Asbury College.  He has also attended Columbia International University, Coastal Carolina University and Richmond College in London England.

Jarrell McRae Smith

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Jarrell
McRae

 

Dr. Smith is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is the Executive Director of Nancy K. Perry Children’s Shelter in West Columbia and Assistant Professor at South University.  In the past he has been in private practice, has extensive experience in positions with the State of South Carolina and has written and presented various papers. 

 

He holds a PHD (Counselor Education) from the University of South Carolina, a MA (Counseling Psychology) from Ball State University and a BA (History and Political Science) from Georgia Southern University.

Thomas Barbian

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Thomas
Adjunct Counseling Professor

B.A., Southern California College; M.S., California Lutheran University; Ph.D., Cambridge Graduate School of Psychology

 

 Dr. Barbian received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Cambridge Graduate School of Psychology in Los Angeles. He holds a Masters Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, and a Bachelors Degree in Biblical Studies. He has had extensive counseling experience in private practice as well as in a church setting. He was Co-Director of Associated Christian Therapy Services in California and has been actively involved in church leadership for many years. He has been the Executive Director of the Christian Counseling Center of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia since its founding in 1997.

Dr. Barbian has received specialized training in addictions, marriage counseling, anxiety disorders, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, child therapy, Critical Incident-Stress Debriefing, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He holds certifications in: South Carolina: Licensed Professional Counselor, Lic. #2665 South Carolina: Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor Lic. # 3823 California: Licensed Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor Lic. MFC # 27025.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:  staff member, Church of the Living Christ, 1982-89; MFCC intern, private practice, 1986-89; marriage, family and child counselor, Antelope Valley Christian Counseling Center, 1989-91; director, Care Options, 1994-97; professional advisor, CHADD, 1991-97; assistant professor, Chapman University, 1996; clinical director, part-owner, Associated Christian Therapy Services, 1991-97; executive director, Christian Counseling Center, First Presbyterian Church, 1997-present; adjunct faculty, Columbia International University, Graduate School Division, 1997-2010; adjunct faculty, Columbia International University, College of Counseling, 2010-present; SC Licensed Professional Counselor; SC Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.

Danise Stokeld

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Danisie Stokeld, Educational Assistant
Educational Assistant
(803) 807-5609

B.A., University of Southern Mississippi; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Danise Stokeld is the educational assistant for the College of Intercultural Studies at CIU. She and her husband, Keith, served for 14 years in Central Asia.  She coordinates the intercultural internship program for the undergraduate program, as well as keeps busy mentoring young ladies preparing for cross-cultural life and ministry. They have three teenagers who have made the adjustment to life in America after spending their formative years overseas. 

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