Title: Assistant Professor, MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Location: Location, Chicago
School/Area: School, Seminary
Position: Position, Teaching
Start Date: July 2016
Prior to coming to Moody Theological Seminary as Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Dr. Wiggins has worked in a variety of clinical settings including college counseling centers (Wheaton College Counseling Center, and Moody Bible Institute Counseling Services), and private practice (Meier Clinics). In addition, she served as adjunct instructor at Moody Bible Institute. She taught courses in Introduction to Psychology, and Grief Counseling. Clinical and research interest include depression, anxiety, trauma, women’s issues, eating disorders, grief and loss. She also has professional memberships in the American Psychological Association and in the American Counseling Association.
BA, Wheaton College
MA, Wheaton Graduate School
PhD, Walden University
Licensed Professional Counselor (State of Illinois)
Wiggins, V. (2013). Mother and adult daughter relationships and the impact on emotional health, self-efficacy, and spiritual well-being. (Order no. 3560920, Walden University). ProQuest Dissertation and Theses, 216.
Wiggins, V. (2016, August 8). How do you find a “super” clinical supervisor? Retrieved from: