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Staffs

 

Roger has been working with people for over 45 years.  He spent the first 20 years discipling and mentoring while serving on staff with the Navigators and Discipleship Ministries.  At age 39 he went back to school and earned his second Masters degree. In December 1989, Roger founded Florida Counseling Foundation.

Since 1995, he has been supervising counseling students part time at Reformed Theological Seminary and Registered Interns who are working toward licensure.  He loves working with couples and families.  He has been married to Carol for 45 years and they have five children and six grandchildren.

Dan Miller is a native Floridian from the west coast of Florida and has lived in the Orlando area for 14 years.  He was a classroom teacher for eight years.   Three of those eight years he taught in Mexico City, Mexico.  He loves spending time with his family and friends, and being in the outdoors.  Dan holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary.

Dan works with individuals, couples, and groups on the issues of relational struggles, fear, repressed anger, depression, addiction, shame, grief, divorce, and abuse recovery, and helps his clients discover how these issues relate to one’s growth into mature men and women.  Dan’s passion is walking alongside others to find hope and change.

Ezies is a young married mother of two boys (18 and 22) that has been working with teenagers for over 18 years through their struggles and common problems. She was born and raised in Egypt, lived in Bahrain for 21 years and moved to the US in 1995. Previously Ezies served as a cultural and relations specialist for the American Embassy and Navy base in the Arabian Gulf for 8 years. This experience has enabled her to build bridges and understand various cultures in the US.

She has a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary in central Florida. In addition to Florida Counseling Foundations, Ezies provides crisis counseling and assistance to women in the Central Florida Area through A Center for Woman and Life for Kids. She has a passion for working with women and adolescents, and works with a relational model of counseling with an existential and object-relations focus.

Susan Londres has had the privilege of serving in full-time ministry for over 25 years. During that time, she received her Masters of Art in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. Susan enjoyed being married for 23 years until the untimely death of her husband. She is blessed to be the mother of three wonderful children ages 15 to 23.

Susan has experienced difficulties in her life that help qualify her to work with those who are dealing with grief, loss through suicide, being a single parent, and caring for aging parents.

Susan has experience working with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, addiction, sexual abuse, co-dependency, communication issues, and marital issues. She also works with those in ministry to overcome specific challenges they face. As part of her counseling she does crisis intervention, weekend intensives, and specialized groups. 

Her heart is to allow the Lord to use her story to give hope to others as they walk difficult journeys toward healing and restoration.

Melissa Clark earned a Masters Degree in Counseling from Liberty University located in Lynchburg Virginia. She is a Licensed Clinical Christian Therapist with the state of Florida. She is a member of The Florida Association of Christian Counselors and Therapists, Inc.  She is an ordained minister and a certified Prepare Enrich Counselor, for pre-marriage  counseling. She and her husband Mark are trained facilitators for the Kendall Life Language, an excellent communication enhancer.

In 1991 she started a group called Singles Offering Life to Others, during this time she spoke, taught small groups and counseled single adults.  She helped start Greensboro Springs Calvary Church, where she wore many hats: leadership, administrative, teaching and counseling. Her focus was on marriage counseling and women’s issues. In 2006 Melissa pioneered a Ministry at East Coast Believers Church in Casselberry, Fl. called Heart 2 Heart. Through this group she has counseled women for depression, sexual, verbal and emotional abuse, marriage problems, anxiety, codependency, overwhelmed single parents, grief and loss issues, self esteem problems, coping with divorce, parenting issues, spiritual, sexual identity issues and emotional problems. To make an appointment with her go to www.floridacounselingfoundation.com , find her on Facebook under Melissa Lee Clark, or call her cell 321 277 1058.

Melissa’s mission is to facilitate healing to the weary and broken hearted, ignite hope, encourage them to never give up, inspire their faith to envision possibilities for themselves and set them on a path of freedom so they can experience a joyful abundant life. She does this through individual & marriage counseling, leading small groups and speaking.

Melissa is happily married to Mark for 25 years and they have two teenagers.  Melissa loves boating, water and snow skiing, and Disney Cruises. Each morning Melissa thanks God for using her to counsel others so they can receive, “ Beauty for ashes, strength for fear, gladness for mourning and peace for despair.”

 

Kathy O’Keefe is a Florida Registered Mental Health Intern practicing in St. Augustine and serving the northeast Florida area. In addition to her work through Florida Counseling Foundation, Kathy serves as a counselor in the Flagler College Counseling Center, St. Augustine.

Prior to completing her master’s degree in counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary-Orlando, Kathy was the Director of Alumni at Flagler College. She was married to Jeff for 23 years before his sudden death in August, 2000. Today, Kathy enjoys life with her 3 grown children, spouses, and one grandchild.

Kathy works with a variety of individual and couples’ concerns including depression, anxiety, addictions, Eating Disorders, self-esteem, grief, marriage issues, and other relational challenges. Kathy also sees clients with ADHD, OCD, time management, and academic stress.

Kathy considers it a privilege to invest in the lives of others through counseling. She believes that God offers hope for healing and restoration and is honored to journey alongside others in that process.