Holistic care empowering you to find joy

About

About

Susan Stewart, MDiv, CMHIMP, LMFT

I love walking with people as they grow, overcoming obstacles and learning to thrive in life and flourish in relationships, growing into all that God has created them to be.

I started this career in seminary with a passion for healing and a love of God. I earned my Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (2014) and Master of Divinity (2015) degrees from Evangelical Theological Seminary. Why two degrees? I took a marriage and family class my first semester, and I was hooked. My passion for healing had found an expanded path.

Adding on training in spiritual direction and health coaching made sense for someone passionate about holistic health and healing. I continue to take training, read and research, and talk to experts to best know how to help you grow whole in mind, body, spirit, and community.

I am a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Association of Christian Counselors, the International Association of Trauma Professionals, and Spiritual Directors International.

Michele Miller, MASFD, MALD, LMFT

I consider it a privilege to walk with you through this season of your life. I work with folks looking to discover their inner leader as they seek to navigate difficult relationships. I believe in co-constructing options and solutions. I like to help in the discovery process – finding that you are more than you think you are and have the tools within yourself to facilitate the changes you desire. I enjoy families and helping them see the strengths and resilience they possess.

I work with families, couples, and individuals to move forward toward their goals. I have experience working with stepfamilies, those who are divorced, and the particular imbalances and loyalty struggles that result from either situation. I work from a mind, body, spirit perspective realizing that they are interconnected, and prefer an integrated approach to wholeness and healing. Working with the whole person offers a complete and integrated way of being and doing that makes life’s journey more manageable.

I am a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and Spiritual Directors International. I am a certified level 2 Reiki practitioner.

 

Olga Baron-Lamma

Becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist has allowed me to support and serve individuals, couples, and families to find harmonious relationships with each other and with themselves while alleviating the pain, sadness, and hardships of life. These hardships can at times prevent us from experiencing life at its full potential. It is my passion and honor to be part of the healing journey for those whom I serve.

My love for relational therapy was born when I worked in different educational settings, where I became aware of the impact that family members can have on their loved ones’ mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health. After working in the education field and serving as a missionary overseas, I earned my B.A. in Psychology at Messiah College and then earned my MAMFT degree at Evangelical Seminary. It is my honor and privilege to be part of Whole and Holy to utilize the gifts that God has granted me to help parents, children, teens, couples, and individuals to become the best version of themselves while creating strong relationships with those around them. I enjoy working with children and teens, parents, pre-marital couples, married couples, families, and individuals. I can serve you and join you in this journey either in English or Spanish.

 

Joy Bundy: Intake Coordinator/Administrative Assistant

I am passionate about helping others. I have a B.A. degree inPsychology from Asbury University, and while I have not pursued a career in this field, my education and experiences have benefitted me in my desire to help and understand people. I have over 18 years of combined work experience including administrative assistant, patient service
specialist, medical transcriptionist, and intake coordinator. I enjoy using my organizational skills to “help the helpers,” which allows them to spend more time focusing on the most important thing, client care. I value a collaborative approach and look forward to assisting you to find the therapist who will be the right fit for you in this season of your
journey.

Daniel Abel, Graduate Intern in Clinical Mental Health, Shippensburg University

I am a second year graduate student at Shippensburg University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. Topics of interest include Trauma Therapy and Addiction Recovery Therapies using a Systems approach and a Reality approach.

Prior to going back to school for counseling, I worked in Emergency Medicine for seventeen years in Pennsylvania, New York, Washington, Oregon and Texas as well as overseas. I also taught Trauma Medicine for the four years and served as a Combat Medic in the U.S. Army.

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