Dr. Don Knoblich

Biblical Studies, Counseling

Dr. Don Knoblich has taught numerous courses in counseling with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary since 2008.  He has also been a visiting instructor for Chapman University.  He is certified in the field of biofeedback.  His research has been in the area of Adult ADD/HD and the application of Neurofeedback.  He is both a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Psychologist.  He has taught numerous workshops and seminars throughout the United States on marriage and family issues, men’s psychological/spiritual health, and various pastoral counseling applications.  He previously worked at Good Samaritan Mental Health Center in Puyallup, WA and Puyallup Valley Institute where he treated child and adult populations.  He has been in private practice from 2001 to the present.

Dr. Knoblich was a pastor for twenty-five years.  Since 2001, and currently, he is serving as a Regional Overseer (Washington/Alaska) for the Church of God of Prophecy.  He was a member of the International Church’s Biblical, Doctrine, and Polity Committee from 1992-1996.

Dr. Knoblich has been married to his wife, Mary for forty-seven years.  She has joined him in co-teaching on several occasions.  The couple has two married sons and four wonderful grandchildren.  Besides spending time with his family, Dr. Knoblich enjoys reading and going for walks.  He also has a passion for preaching and teaching the Word of God.  One of his current interests while pursuing his D.Min. degree in Global Pentecostalism, is his ongoing research into the topic of schism within Pentecostalism.