Rodney MulhollemLPC at LL Mulhollem Counseling and Psychotherapy
Rodney is a licensed psychotherapist and national board-certified counselor. He earned his B.S. in Psychology and his M.A. in Professional Counseling. He graduated with honors, achieving the level of cum laude and was invited to become a member of Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology. His focus of research included healthy parenting styles, addictions, and multicultural counseling. His focus of studies included psychopathology, trauma and crisis counseling, family dynamics, and neuroscience.
Rodney’s experience includes an individual perspective, as well as family dynamics. Additionally, his experience expanded into crisis and trauma counseling through a local hospital. He is CISM certified and is EMDR trained by the National EMDR Institute. He has training as a life coach and in coaching psychology. He has researched and written over 20 articles on topics such as parenting styles, healthy child discipline, personality development, domestic abuse, and addictions. He is a certified Prepare-Enrich® counselor.
Rodney has a passion for helping both those that are hurting and those focused on achieving a new level of success. In addition to psychotherapy and coaching he has conducted trainings and seminars for multiple organizations spanning from Washington State to Pennsylvania on subjects including personal motivation; crisis counseling; mourning, bereavement, and loss; Attachment Theory; and parenting styles.
Helping Your Teams Stay Mentally Healthy in a Post-COVID World
Where do we go from here? COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of our lives. This session seeks to help pastors & church leaders counsel their teams, congregations, and community members on how to work through what the “new normal” will be after the COVID pandemic has swept through the world.
We’ll discuss the impact the pandemic had on mental health and well-being. With this understanding, we will look at ways to support others in re-establishing healthy social, relational, emotional, and spiritual health. We will then review positive ways to move forward as individuals, congregations, and communities.