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Ron Bogle is the Executive Director and President of the Board of Directors for the Center for Counseling & Wellness. He is a pastor with an extensive background of pastoral care since 1999. He provides pastoral care to individuals, couples, and families as well as teaching spiritually based curriculum to help move people toward realizing their God-given potential. Ron received his Bachelor of Science in Business from Redlands University in California, his Advanced Management degree from Northwestern University in Illinois, and attended the MBA program at Pepperdine University in California, and United Theology Seminary.
Dana is the co founder of the North Strand Housing Shelter, she holds a Masters Degree in Theology. She is also a licensed contractor in North and South Carolina.
Michael was raised in North Carolina, his father was a railroad man. Michael graduated from North Carolina State. He went to work for Duke Energy as an engineer for 30 years. He was then hired by CB&I as a nuclear engineer. Michael is the co founder of the North Strand Housing Shelter and is involved in a world wide ministry to Africia.
David was born in Conway, SC and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a triple major of marketing, finance, and management. He spent 25 years in the health care industry. He is now the Outreach Director for Christ United Methodist Church. David is married and has two children and one grandchild.
Bruce Lynch, MA, LPC, NCAC-I, CAC II Bruce is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the College of Charleston and was an Honor Graduate. He received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Webster University, Myrtle Beach, SC. Bruce works with adults, adolescents, children, families and couples, dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, marital issues, behavioral issues, self-esteem and substance abuse. Bruce is a nationally certified addiction counselor with an extensive background in addiction counseling having worked for Center of Hope in Myrtle Beach and Shoreline Behavioral Health in Conway. He is also certified in Prepare & Enrich Assessments for premarital and marital couples.
Some people call him the black Dr. Phill... Professionally, he is a nationally certified, Licensed Professional Counselor. Phillip specializes in working with troubled children, teens, and young adults. He has the unique ability to connect and identify with this population because he himself was a troubled child, teen, and young adult. Phillip overcame his personal issues and now shares his experiences, strength and hope to teach others how to do the same. Phillip believes that being a "role model" is the foundation of his therapeutic approach. "If I'm not doing it, why should they?” Phillip attended Virginia Military Institute for two years, graduated from Frostburg State with BS in Business Management in 2002, and graduated from Webster University with his MA in Counseling in 2013. Phillip was named All-South American in soccer. In 2010, Phillip was named the commercial winner of The ESPN World Cup Contest. Phillip has been working with children, adolescents, and young adults for the past 15 years. His professional experience includes being a teacher, personal trainer, soccer coach, life coach, mentor, behavioral aide, behavioral specialist, community service provider, mental health professional, and licensed therapist. Phillip's therapeutic techniques vary from client to client and are solely based on the client's specific needs. Therapeutic techniques used are: Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Based Therapy, Play Therapy, Reality Therapy, Exposure Therapy, and 12 Step models. Approaches used by Phillip helps one to regain focus and deal with issues in a healthy, positive manner. Where is your focus? Is it where it needs to be? Is your issue or dilemma steering you away from your life's purpose?