Michael Hoober

Michael Hoober

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I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years of experience. I work with adolescents and adults enduring mental health concerns in individual, couples and family settings. I consult with schools and organizations regarding crisis response/preparations, attrition dynamics and support systems.

My clinical counseling training experiences include residential, in-patient treatment, and family-based, in-home intensive services, along with college or vocational counseling objectives.

I have had training and experience working with many different concerns, including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, anger, identity, sexual abuse/trauma, relationship issues, and parenting concerns.

Education
2009 – University of Pennsylvania, MPE, Professional Counseling
1997 – LaSalle University, MA, Human Services Psychology
1993 – LaSalle Univestity, BA, Psychology

Counseling/Education Experience
2004-2013 – Catholic Charities In-Home Intensive Program (Lancaster, PA)
2004-2013 – Adjunct Faculty, PA College of Art & Design (Lancaster, PA)
2001-2003 – Residential Therapist, Summit Quest Academy (Akron, PA)
1997-1999 – Residential Therapist, PreHab of Arizona (Mesa, AZ)

Licenses/Certifications
Licensed Professional Counselor, Pennsylvania, 2012
National Board Certified Counselor, 2012 (unrenewed but in good standing)
Family-Based Certification, Philadelphia Child & Family Guidance Center, 2007

Other Endeavors
College Advisor (2008-Present) – Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
Director/Founder – Lancaster International Short Film Festival, Lancaster, PA