Student Counseling & Wellness Center

Student Counseling & Wellness Center Staff

Each counselor at the MNU Student Counseling Center is licensed or supervised by licensed clinicians.  Our goal is to provide a place where students can free work through the issues of their lives.

Elizabeth Diddle

Elizabeth Diddle, LCSW, LMSW

Director of Student Counseling and Wellness
MSW: University of Kansas 
BA: MidAmerica Nazarene University

Elizabeth has been the director of this program since August 2015 and is a licensed clinical social worker. She came from Children’s Mercy Hospital where she worked exclusively with Hematology/Oncology families.

She believes that MNU is the best place to build the foundation for your life. This includes the many layers of mind, body and soul. Her goal is to provide quality resources for the MNU student through this program.

Elizabeth is married with two adult daughters.

Phil Hause

Phil Hause, PhD, LPC, RPT

MNU Lead Counselor
PhD: Amridge University in Marriage and Family Therapy
Master’s degrees: MNU in counseling and NTS in Christian Education

Phil brings many years of excellent experience to his role as Lead Counselor. He has a gift and a heart for the emotional and mental wellbeing of MNU students. He works across all populations on the MNU campus and brings strong support to the interns as they prepare for their career.

Phil is married with two adult children.

Sharaya Borjas

Sharaya Borjas

Sharaya Borjas received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from KU and a Master’s in Counseling from MNU. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor.

Sharaya loves working with individuals and works to create an environment in which they feel known and understood.

Student Counseling & Wellness Center
MidAmerica Nazarene University
14201 S. Murlen, Suite 202
Olathe, KS 66062-1899
Office Hours

Counseling hours are flexible. Please contact us to coordinate the best time.

The Counseling & Wellness Center is closed during holidays and when school is not in session.