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Fasol, Ph.D.


  • Program Chair, Graduate Counseling Programs

  • Associate Professor of Counseling

Dr. Malinda Fasol - Counseling Spotlight

Dr. Malinda Fasol, Chair of Graduate Counseling Programs, talks about the Christ-centric teaching environment, experienced faculty, and incredible students that are training to serve those who are suffering.

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In addition to teaching classes at LeTourneau, Dr. Fasol is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of Texas and a neurotherapist and psychotherapist at Focus for Living.

Dr. Fasol works with individuals, couples, and families. She has extensive counseling experience in a variety of settings, including church-based counseling ministries, private practice, and social services organizations.

Malinda served as a director of a non-profit foster care agency, and worked with foster children, foster parents, and biological parents. Additionally, she has worked as a researcher and clinician in the area of media and distorted body image. She is actively involved in promoting healthy body image in teens and adults.



  • Ph.D., Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology & Counseling, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • M.A., Marriage & Family Counseling, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • B.A., Communication & Education, William Jewell College




Chair of the School of Psychology
LeTourneau University


Assistant Professor
LeTourneau University


Licensed Therapist
Focus for Living


Adjunct Instructor
LeTourneau University


Program Manager / Regional Director
Remi Vista Youth & Family Services


Courses Taught

  • Psychopharmacology
  • Family Assessment
  • Counseling Theories
  • Psychopathology
  • Professional Seminar
  • Ethical, Legal and Professional Standards in Counseling Practice
  • Lifestyle Career Development
  • Psychological Testing


Workshops & Seminars

  • Basics of Brain-based Education: a two-day introduction to biopsychology and how the brain learns; designed for public and private school educators, administrators, and staff. The cost of the seminar includes two one-hour presentations (one scheduled in the Fall and one in the Spring of the school year) for parents on the role of sleep, diet, exercise/play, and parental involvement in the learning process.
  • Neuropsychology for Educators: a four-hour introduction to brain-based education and principles. This seminar is designed for introducing district-level administrators and curriculum specialists to principles of brain-based education.
  • Talking with Your Kids about Sex and Sexuality: A one, two, or four-hour workshop for parents on how and when to educate children about sex and sexuality from the biblical Christian worldview. The multiple formats provide for deeper exploration of the parents' role in sex education and additional time for questions.
  • Sex and Sexuality for Parents of Teens: A four-hour workshop designed for parents who want to engage their teens in productive discussions about sex, sexuality, and making good choices within the biblical Christian worldview.
  • Eating Disorders and Body Image: Multiple formats available for civic organizations, schools, churches, and women's groups to present information to young adult men and women, parents and teens about how to have a healthy relationship with food, and what happens physically, emotionally and spiritually when you don't.