Seeking a New Normal
Our counseling services are designed especially for you. It is our desire to come along side and assist you in dealing with your "new normal".
Counseling helps promote health, healing and positive change. Experiences may be explored to determine if unresolved issues are impeding the healing process. We are here to help identify and process those things that are having a negative impact and to assist in developing life skills to facilitate the goal of living joyfully in painful circumstances.
Penny's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in Developmental Psychology from Michigan State and a Masters in Marriage and Family studies from Wayne State University. In addition to Penny's 15 years of experience in working with women on a wide variety of issues, she assists Carol Kent with Speak of for Hope (SU4H), a ministry designed especially for those impacted by incarceration.
Penny has been the online calming voice of reason for the Speak Up for Hope hotline since 2005. Many people have been able to resolve a crisis by implementing her words of wisdom and prayerful insights.
With degrees in Psychology and Bible from Biola University in La Mirada, California and a Masters in Counseling Education from Central Michigan University, over 17 years of counseling experience and over 15 years of working in women's ministries, Bobbie understands the needs of women. Her background also includes serving as Executive Director over a multi-state network of Christian counseling centers.
If you desire online or phone counseling, information on this service is available toll-free at (888) 987-1212.
As a partner with Speak Up for Hope, our desire is to help you emerge from this experience victoriously, and then to serve others as a result of your personal challenges.
DISCLAIMER: While counseling services are a part of Speak Up for Hope, and while our recommended counselors are all licensed therapists, (1) SU4H makes no other warranties nor representations concerning them; (2) Nor shall Speak Up for Hope be liable for damages arising from a counseling relationship, in any regard; (3) nor does SU4H suggest that only its approved counselors could be of assistance to you.