Michael Williams, MS
Adjunct Professor, Counseling Psychology Department
Michael Williams earned his Bachelor of Science in Bible and his Master's of Science in Counseling in from Cairn University. He is also currently working towards a second Master's degree--in Clinical and Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Trauma Studies at Chestnut Hill College. Mr. Williams has ample experience working with males with problematic sexual behaviors. He specializes and has strong interests in working with individuals who have experienced various forms of trauma. Mr. Williams has diverse experience in the field of mental health, including extensive work in substance abuse, both as a caseworker and a therapist in outpatient and residential settings. He has also provided individual, family, and group therapy to adolescent males with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Currently, he is a Primary Therapist at KeyStone Center Extended Care Unit (ECU) in Chester, PA. Mr. Williams is an also ordained minister and serves as an Associate Pastor in Lansdowne, PA.