Study at the intersection of text, soul, and culture
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology is a learning institution informed by an incarnational theology. As persons created in the image of God, we seek to honor the other as sacred and adopt a way of thinking and being that is filled with awe, gratitude, and hope.
Our calling is to face the beauty and brokenness of our own stories as we move toward reconciliation and restoration in the stories of others.
The Seattle School offers three fully-accredited master-level degrees:
Preparing students to enter the mental health field to offer transformation for others through relationships.
For students with a calling for pastoring and ministry as well as pastoral counseling, Christian education, chaplaincy, and related areas of service.
For people passionate about working in pioneering and entrepreneurial fields such as missions work, non-profits, artists, social advocacy and more. The Master of Arts in Theology & Culture features three tracks:
- Theology, Imagination, and the Arts
- Global and Social Partnership
- Interdisciplinary Studies
The Seattle School offers three yearlong professional development certificates for pastors, leaders, and therapists.
- Leadership in the New Parish Certificate
Training ministry leaders to root the mission and formation of their church in their neighborhood.
- Advanced Counseling Certificate at The Allender Center
For training that will bolster your current therapeutic technique and offer insight into how your own life story impacts who you are as a therapist.
- Lay Leader Certificate at The Allender Center
Training small group and ministry leaders basic tools and instruction based on the work of Dr. Dan Allender for working with the stories of others.
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology is training therapists, pastors, artists, and leaders to engage in text, soul, and culture in order to serve God and neighbor through transforming relationships. Learn more about our history, mission, and education.