H. Mac Wallace, D.Min., LMFT
H. Mac Wallace, D.Min., LMFT, is an ordained Baptist minister, the Senior Professor of Pastoral Care at Campbell University Divinity School, and adjunct Professor of Pastoral Care at Hood Theological Seminary. He is a NC licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (NCLMFT), a CPE Supervisor with ACPE, a Diplomate CPE Supervisor with CPSP, and an Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). He has thirty plus years of pastoral experience as pastor and interim minister for numerous churches in NC. He taught Clinical Pastoral Education, Pastoral Counseling, and Marriage and Family Therapy at NC Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem, NC for fifteen years and was the first director of the CareNet Counseling Center in Wilmington, NC. He received his AA degree from Mount Olive College (1968), the BA degree from Duke University (1971), the Doctor of Ministry degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (1986), and did clinical training at the Duke, Murdock, Dorthea Dix, and NC Baptist Hospitals. He and his wife Dr. Emma Wallace maintain a private practice for psychotherapy and supervision in their home/office at High Rock Lake near Lexington, NC.