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Letter from the owner

The search for services can be a challenge. What do you look for? What is best for you?

The environment at LLM is professional yet very laid back. First and foremost you are treated with the highest level of respect. Our focus is to offer EACH person, caring and compassion, yet incorporate the highest level of care. We work with a broad range of clientele including individuals, couples, traditional and blended families, and parents. You have my promise that we will do all that we can to make each client feel cared about, supported, and loved as we, together, walk through this chapter of your journey of life.

– Rodney L. Mulhollem, M.A. L.P.C., N.C.C.; Owner


To change the world for the better by transforming lives by creating a healthy balanced whole person emotionally, spiritually, and physically.


Encourage both healing and growth with compassion and caring though the avenues of personal coaching, counseling, psychotherapy, training and education, and public forum avenues.


Keeping to the highest ethical guidelines, continue education to keep up with the newest clinically proven techniques, to respect the client and show them compassion and unconditional love, and a standard of excellence to each and every client.

Executive Board

  • Rodney L. Mulhollem, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C., Owner
  • Dr. Robert Frazier, Ph.D.
  • Laurie Mulhollem, Director of Finance, Director of Human Resources


Rodney Mulhollem

Rodney L. Mulhollem, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Licensed Psychotherapist, National Board Certified Counselor, Parenting Specialist, Family Dynamics, Trauma/Crisis Counselor, E.M.D.R. Therapist, and L.P.C. Licensing Supervisor

Locations: Elizabethtown and Lancaster

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, 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, 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. Most recently certified in Herbal Medication (2021) and Understanding and Treating Spiritual Abuse (2021).

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. What makes Rodney stand out is his ability to connect with his audience, as well as, make complex issues realistic and down to earth.

Robert Frazier

Dr. Robert Frazier, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist, Post Doctorate Supervisor

Locations: Lancaster

Dr. Frazier has over 30 years of experience specializing in working with individuals with chronic pain, chronic medical problems, depression and anxiety. He also has experience in working with individuals with thought disorder and psychosis and performs neuropsychological and psychological evaluations.

He works collaboratively with individuals, where together they develop a treatment plan based on what you see as your problems and then work with evidence-based therapies to address those difficulties. Dr. Frazier feels strongly that his job is to help you learn to cope with difficulties so you no longer need therapy for the problems that brought you to therapy, leaving therapy with confidence.

Mary Mutschler

Mary L. Mutschler, L.C.S.W., B.C.P.C.C., C.B.I.S.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, Certified E.M.D.R. Therapy, and L.C.S.W. and L.P.C. Licensing Supervisor

Locations: Elizabethtown

Mary specializes in brain trauma and other types of trauma including Acute Stress Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and others. She is a first responder and first responder trainer. Her experience includes decades of psychotherapy with individuals with all levels of psychopathology including depression, anxiety, and mood disorders to name a few. As a certified E.M.D.R. therapist with over 10 years of experience, she commonly works with military and others who have experienced deep struggles. She also offers supervision for L.C.S.W. and L.P.C.

Marci Houck

Marci Houck, L.C.S.W.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Specialties: DBT, ACT, Anger Management, Chronic Pain, Domestic Violence, Depression, and Incorporating Art into Therapy

Locations: Mount Joy

Marci Houck is a licensed clinical social worker who also completed DBT training through Philhaven and the DBT Center of Michigan and Trauma Training through International Association of Trauma Professionals. Marci received her Bachelors of Social Work from Bloomsburg University, where she interned at the Bloomsburg Women’s Domestic Violence Shelter. After two years in case management roles, she received her Masters of Social Work from Temple University where she interned at NHS’ Partial Program. For over 10 years Marci has worked in several different levels of mental health care including inpatient, partial and outpatient.

Marci has had a desire for helping others since she was a child. She has a passion for helping those with anxiety, trauma, chronic pain, and life stressors. She sees her work as a passion rather than a job and enjoys assisting others with their goals. In addition to her job she is also on the board of Abigail’s Hope, a future non-profit working towards building a house for domestic violence victims. Marci loves dogs and has a beautiful pitbull named Missy. She also enjoys painting, crafting, and being the cool aunt to her many nieces and nephews.

Charles Anspach

Charles Anspach, M.A., L.M.F.T.

Licensed Marriage, Relationship, and Family Therapy and Psychotherapist.

Locations: Mount Joy

Charlie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been working with families, couples, and individuals for 15 years. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Public Policy from Penn State University Harrisburg and his Masters degree at Evangelical Seminary. Charlie is a systemic thinker and uses various collaborative and relational approaches in therapy. These include Emotion Focused therapy, Gottman marriage principles, Attachment theory, Internal Family Systems, and Family of Origin to name a few. Over the years, Charlie has worked in the school, home and community settings. He currently works from the office with couple’s relational concerns, parenting, co-parenting, and marriage enrichment. Charlie also works with individual concerns related to relationship distress, depression, grief, anxiety, and life issues in general. Charlie focuses on strong rapport, interrupting negative cycles, listening and understanding the story and creating a new narrative. Prior to becoming a therapist, Charlie spent 27 years in the construction industry as an electrician. Charlie is a retired Army officer from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. Charlie is married and when he is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife, adult children, and 7 grandchildren. Life experiences influence how Charlie helps others. Charlie believes getting to know yourself helps individuals know and love others.
“Relationship is a very deliberate effort and requires we always keep our hand on the rudder. It is very rewarding watching marriage relationships and individuals heal and grow and helping people recognize they are valuable and their feelings matter.”

Kristen Zerovnik

Kristen Zerovnik, M.A., L.P.C.

Licensed Professional Counselor

Locations: Mount Joy

Kristen is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) who is also a certified trauma therapist via the Intensive Trauma Therapy Training Institute. She earned her Master of Arts in clinical mental health counseling at Franciscan University of Steubenville along with a concentration in Christian counseling. She is comfortable including clients’ personal beliefs and values in treatment, believing that the things that nourish and motivate each person are an essential part of healing and moving forward. During her career, she has gained experience working in multiple care settings including outpatient community mental health, inpatient, and campus counseling.

Kristen focuses on building rapport and individual strengths to work towards personal goals and whole-person wellness using interventions from methodologies including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy. She strives to match clinical approaches to individual need and style in order to assist individuals in challenging themselves to thrive. In her free time she enjoys reading and spending time with her family.


Laurie Mulhollem

Laurie Mulhollem

Director of Finance
Director of Human Resources

Ashley Blackwell

Ashley Blackwell

Office Manager

Amanda Wright

Amanda Wright

Administrative Support

Clete Blackwell

Clete Blackwell II

Information Technology

Clete is a Staff Technology Engineer at a Fortune 50 company. During the day he works on enterprise systems that support critical business processing using many different technologies across multiple platforms. In his off hours, he spends time with his wife, Ashley, and his two children. At night, he assists with general Information Technology support for LLM and dabbles in side projects.