Live to Make a Difference
Our faith-based institution has a rich history in offering our students a unique opportunity to provide treatment in clinical and health care settings, while applying a greater understanding of integrated whole person care.
Take a closer look at our master’s degrees, doctoral programs, and certificates in the areas of counseling, child life, psychology, social work, and play therapy.
As stated in its nondiscrimination policy, Loma Linda University "affirms that all persons are of equal worth in the sight of God and they should so be regarded by all people."
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Stories That Matter
Student Mission Experience
"It was a great learning experience. I was able to help a family through grief work and I believe that went really well."
Why Choose Us?
Faculty are committed to providing close mentoring to students in clinical practice, academics and bringing spirituality into the practice of behavioral health.Learn more
What Students Are Saying
"Loma Linda University is the standard for what effective education should be. They offer personalized classes with personable and educated faculty, healthcare that includes mental health resources for students, as well as fun and innovative events to satisfy students' social needs. LLU really does offer a unique experience 'to make man whole'."
School of Behavioral Health receives $3-million state grant to support social work
February 16, 2023
Loma Linda University and University of Redlands announces collaboration
February 15, 2023
Grant to help Family Medicine Residents receiving mental health training
February 10, 2023