Dr. Terri Tillman joined the Montreat College faculty in 2018. She is a licensed professional counselor in the states of Michigan and North Carolina. She earned her doctorate in counselor education from Western Michigan University, her master’s in counselor education from Central Michigan University, and bachelor’s in communication from Saginaw Valley State University.
With a deep passion for serving others, Dr. Tillman has served over 25 years as a counselor and teacher. She has served as a licensed professional counselor in various settings in the states of Michigan and North Carolina and as a college professor at Central Michigan University, Western Michigan University, and Spring Arbor University. She also served as a college administrator and college admissions counselor at Grand Rapids Community College.
Dr. Tillman is a faithful servant in the body of Christ. Most of her service work has included support to pastor’s wives, women’s ministry, and youth ministry. She loves people and is committed to serving others, using her spiritual gifts along with her education to help others obtain mental wellness and a clear path to their future. She is a dedicated mother of two adult children: Chaslyn, who is a graduate student studying clinical psychology and Charles III (Tony), an undergraduate student studying business.
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