School of Behavioral Health
The mission of the School of Behavioral Health is to provide graduate-level education that prepares competent, ethical, and compassionate professionals who possess the knowledge, values, attitudes, and skills necessary for a life dedicated to whole person care in behavioral health practice, research, and leadership.
The School of Behavioral Health is singularly driven by this mission, academically incorporating Loma Linda University's commitment to the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ, which produces wholeness within transformed lives. Transformation is a life-long learning process, one which is committed to the pursuit of the highest levels of scholarship, professionalism, and spiritual well-being. This pursuit seeks to promote healthy minds, families, communities, and social systems.
As the dean of the School of Behavioral Health I’d like to welcome you to Loma Linda University. On behalf of our faculty staff and alumni we are excited that you are interested in pursuing an advanced degree at Loma Linda University. The school of Behavioral Health includes the departments of Counseling and Family Sciences, Psychology, and Social Work and Social Ecology, as well as the division of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Did you know the School of Behavioral Health is a mission-driven school that academically incorporates LLUH's commitment to the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ, which produces wholeness within transformed lives? Today there is an ever-increasing need to provide whole person care. Find out how you can support.