Dr. Michael W. Grogan

Associate Professor of Counselor Education mwgrogan@seu.edu

Degrees Earned

BA in Christian Ministries from Malone University, Canton, OH
MA in Professional Psychology from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA
PhD in Psychology from The Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH


Dr. Michael Grogan has taught at Southeastern University since 2010.  Previously, Dr. Grogan taught as an adjunct professor at Trinity International University and at Heritage Institute. He is currently in private practice in Fort Myers, Florida, and pastors The Sanctuary, a small Christian fellowship also located in Fort Myers.

Dr. Grogan has spent more than 40 years as a pastor and counselor in Ohio and Florida. He continues to pastor and is credentialed with The Alliance of Friends Gulf Coast. He began his career in mental health counseling in 1991 and earned licenses as a Mental Health Counselor in Florida in 1997 and as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 2013.

Viewing the interconnectedness of all aspects of our humanity as essential to our well-being, Dr. Grogan believes in a holistic approach to psychological education and counselor training. He strives to embody this commitment in his teaching methods.

Dr. Grogan has taught the following courses: Foundations of Counseling, Human Growth and Development, Counseling Theories, Group Theories and Counseling, Psychopathology, Counseling Practicums I & II, Internships I & II, Marriage and Family Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Dynamics of Marriage and Family Systems, Substance Abuse Counseling, and Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.