Our Speakers

Main sessions

Jordan Kassel, MS, LMFT

Jordan Kassel is a licensed clinician, supervisor, and educator specializing in restoration therapy, group therapy, family therapy, couples therapy, as well as a number of therapeutic initiatives focused on the integration of faith and psychology. Additionally, Jordan is a consultant for schools and churches in creating groups and therapeutically sound resources.

As an instructor at Fuller, Jordan oversees the MFT program’s Clinical Foundations labs, leads Integration Formation and Clinical Consultation groups, and is the professor for Group Therapy and Clinical Foundations.

Jordan's core passion in the field is to build and equip rising clinicians with the skills and knowledge necessary to be agents of healing.


Dennis Wallstrom, Ph.D.

Dr. Dennis Wallstrom seeks the “big picture” when collaborating on life problems. He has extensive training and experience in clinical psychology, forensic psychology, and spirituality and ministry, and applies a range of specific interventions proven to create relief and positive change for particular issues. A graduate of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, he naturally draws together helpful resources from his background in science, relational exploration, and faith and spirituality, in his clinical work. “Our personal pain may have much to teach us,” he says, “But we are more attentive learners when we find relief for our bodies, clarity for our minds, joy in our relationships, and peace for our spirits.” He strives to find the most direct route to relief from pain, and to the wisdom we may gain in the process.

Angela Yi, Ph.D.

Dr. Angela Yi is a neuropsychologist in independent practice at Foothills Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Services.  She applies her 

specialized knowledge and training in brain behavior in providing neuropsychological assessments, cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy.  

Dr. Yi received her doctoral degree from Fuller Theological Seminary, Graduate School of Psychology.  Specialized training in neuropsychology was completed at UCLA, Long Beach VA, internship at NYU Langone Medical Center, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, and post-doctoral fellowship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Brain Injury Research Center (BIRC)

Sharon Tanghal, L.C.S.W.

I made the decision to be a follower of Jesus and was baptized when I was 9 years old. When I was 19 y/o, I studied the book of Romans and truly experienced what grace and having the assurance of my salvation was all about! I graduated from my Masters in Social Work from California State University, Long Beach in 2005.  I became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2010.  Several years ago, God stirred in me a strong desire to serve families in my surrounding community and in 2019, NEW PAtH - a faith based parenting program was born. I'm happily married to my husband, Oliver, of 17 years and we have two beautiful and amusing daughters, Leia (11) and Ariel (6).