At Indiana Wesleyan University, our Graduate Counseling programs are designed to offer a Christ-centered approach to improving your craft as a practitioner in counseling-related professions. Our faculty members are recognized leaders in the field; many of them currently practice the trade, conduct research, and regularly contribute to scholarly literature. Your learning experience here will take you far beyond basic counseling theory to implement innovative evidence-based practices in your own practice.

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Judith Justice; MA, EdD Assoc Prof; Graduate Counseling judith.justice@indwes.edu


Dr. Justice has served as coordinator of Graduate School Counseling since 2005, school counselor since 1993, adjunct for IPFW and IWU education, and group moderator for church and court, and is a licensed school counselor and LMHC. She holds a Doctorate of Family and Youth Studies from Nova Southeastern University, and an M.S. in Counseling, B.S. in Elementary Education, and A.S. in Early Childhood Education from Indiana University. She loves working with IWU staff and students, spending time with family, nature, and travels.

Educational Background:

  • B.S., 1991, Indiana University
  • M.A., 1994, Indiana University
  • Ed.D., 2003, Nova Southeastern University


Dr. Justice’s interests include teaching, learning, counseling, children, and peace. She has recently presented locally and nationally on “effective teaching to different learners.” Students and she have researched and are writing on the needs of school counselor trainees, specific to their prior training and employment. She is writing a book for children to enhance their perception of education, equality, philanthropy, and peace.

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