Terry Mullins received a Master of Arts in Counseling from Colorado Christian University under the direction of Dr. Tom Varney, and a Masters of Arts in Professional Development from Amberton University. He finished all his course work in the Licensed Professional Counselor Program at CCU and completed a counseling internship at Center for Biblical Counseling under the supervision of the Director of CBC, Bruce Edstrom, M.A., LPC, LMFT.

Prior to his studies in Colorado, Terry served as a Manager/Supervisor in Air Traffic Control with the U.S. Air Force. While in the military, he ministered as Associate Staff with The Navigators Ministry, helping men and women who struggled with stress, emotional problems, and relational difficulties by offering mentoring and shepherding.

Currently, Terry serves as a Staff Counselor at Center for Biblical Counseling. A large amount of his time is devoted to helping individuals and couples work through sexual abuse issues, gender identity issues, men's issues, and emotional/relational problems. His professional training and experience also include working with depression, marital and pre-marital conflicts, and difficulties in adolescence. Terry has also counseled students at Dallas Theological Seminary, assisting the seminary with their Student Leadership Development Program.

Terry views counseling as the art of seeing, hearing, and engaging with people in a way that invites them into a deeper relationship with God and others. Personal growth in the arena of character development and spiritual maturity beyond mere relief of symptoms is his desired goal.

Terry, his wife Theresa, and their children live in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas.