Dr. Dolph serves as Professor of Psychology at Cedarville University. He heads the psychology internship program and teaches Orientation to Psychology, Intimate Relationships, Human Sexuality, Literature Seminar, and Social Psychology. He has taught at Cedarville since 1979. His primary interests are spiritual and social contributors to health and illness. Dr. Dolph works with long-term care facilities and hospices to meet the psychological needs of ill and dying persons. He is the advisor to Psi Kappa Theta, the student psychology club. Dr. Dolph is a Fellow with the Center for Bioethics.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Counseling, Georgia State University
  • M.Ed. in Counseling, Georgia State University
  • B.A. in Psychology, Cedarville University
  • Diploma, Religious Consultation and Research Society
  • Licensed Psychologist, Ohio


  • Favorite places: Churches and religious gatherings
  • Hobbies: Tennis, racquetball, nature, and farm work
  • Why I’m at Cedarville: To discover if there is something unique about Christians

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