Compassionately Leading People Toward Wholeness
Meet Boomer Bauman.
Boomer Bauman, MA, NCC, LPC, has a Master's Degree in Clinical Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield, PA. He holds independent licenses in clinical counseling in the states of Pennsylvania and Virginia. He brings 10 years of mental health experience with youth and adults in a variety of settings, including residential treatment, in-school, in-home, and outpatient. While in VA, he also served as the Clinical Director and Supervisor for his office.
Boomer is married and recently moved back to his wife's home state of Ohio with his wife and four (5th on the way) children to be closer to family and friends. His oldest two sons were adopted from Jamaica, and are deaf, so American Sign Language is used in their home. Boomer has a passion for other cultures, serving Christ, and walking alongside those in need through the counseling process. He has particularly focused on issues of anger, depression, anxiety, bereavement, families, adoption/foster care, and parenting issues, with a specific passion for building up fathers. In his spare time, Boomer has a wide variety of interests, ranging from skydiving to the arts. In particular, he is a published children's book author and illustrator, as well as a published cartoonist.
Boomer will be seeing clients in our Mt. Eaton office, Monday through Friday. We are glad to welcome him to our staff.
Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship - April 7th-8th, 2018, SpringHaven Counseling Center, Dundee, OH - Natural Lifemanship
Home / Training / Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship - April 7th-8th, 2018, SpringHaven Counseling Center, Dundee, OH " All Events | $275 Tickets Before February 24th, 2018 $625 After February 24th, 2018 $700 Returnee* $275 * THE RETURNEE RATE IS AVAILABLE FOR NATURAL LIFEMANSHIP MEMBERS WHO HAVE PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED A FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING.
Kara has a Master's Degree from the University of Akron School of Social Work. She is a licensed social worker and has worked in the social work field for over ten years. She has experience in a variety of settings including community mental health, long term care and Hospice. Kara is familiar with the needs and culture of the plain community. She has experience treating severe and persistent mental illness, depression, anxiety and bereavement. Clients may request the opportunity to explore or utilize their faith in their counseling process.
Kara is married and the mother of 2 small children. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outdoors and reading.
Kara will be seeing clients on Mondays at our Fountain Office. We are glad to welcome her to our staff.
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