Fred C. Gingrich is professor of counseling at Denver Seminary and served as division chair from 2007 to 2015. He practiced and taught in Ontario for fourteen years prior to directing MA and EdD degrees in counseling at seminaries in the Philippines. He is the coauthor of Skills for Effective Counseling.
Gingrich has written a number of articles and presented at professional conferences in the areas of marital and premarital counseling, counselor supervision, and care and counsel as mission. He is a clinical fellow and approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a fellow of the Institute for International Care and Counsel at Belhaven University. He is also a member of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, American Association of Christian Counselors, and Christians for Biblical Equality.
After counseling on staff at a Christian counseling practice in Ottawa, Canada, Gingrich taught at a college in Ontario, Canada and then at Alliance Biblical Seminary (now Alliance Graduate School) in the Philippines where he directed the MA programs in Christian counseling and marriage and family ministry. He also developed the EdD counseling program offered by the Asia Graduate School of Theology, a consortium of nine seminaries in the Philippines, and continues to serve as adjunct faculty and advisor to a number of programs in Asia. In 2005, he returned to North America after eight years of service in the Philippines and joined the faculty of Denver Seminary.