Rodney L. Mulhollem, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.
Licensed Psychotherapist, National Board Certified Counselor, Parenting Specialist, Family Dynamics, Trauma/Crisis, and L.P.C. Licensing Supervisor.
Rodney is a psychotherapist and national board certified counselor. He earned his B.S. in Psychology and his M.A. in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. 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 in an outpatient mental health facility allowed him the opportunity to work from an individual perspective, as well as with family dynamics. Additionally, Rodney’s experience expanded into crisis and trauma counseling through a local hospital and CISM certified. 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 and is qualified to administer, read, and interpret the Pair Two Relationship Profile. He is also trained in Hope-Focused Therapy and Forgiveness Therapy.
Rodney has a passion for helping both those that are hurting and those focused on achieving a new level of success. In addition to the avenue of counseling and psychotherapy, he is a dynamic speaker involved in training, seminars and public speaking. He has spoken for churches, schools, and businesses from Washington State to Pennsylvania on subjects including personal motivation; crisis counseling; mourning, bereavement, and loss; and parenting styles. He has been an expert guest on Dr. Sherman’s radio show Empowering Relationships. What makes Rodney stand out is his ability to connect with his audience, as well as, make complex issues realistic and down to earth. To see what others have said about his speaking, see the Testimonials page.
Barbra B. Grandia, M.A., M.Ed., L.P.C.
Psychotherapist, Gerontology Specialist, and L.P.C. Licensing Supervisor
Barb is a licensed professional counselor who conducts supervision for those who are seeking licensure. She holds a B.A. in British Literature from Bucknell University, a B.A. in American Literature from Penn State University, a M.Ed. in Counseling from Millersville University, and a post graduate certification in Gerontology. She is certified for the Myers Briggs Personality Assessment. She developed, coordinated, and taught a Gerontology program at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Barbra was a tenured professor of Counseling and Human Development Emeritus at Harrisburg Area Community College (Lebanon Campus) with duties in academic, personal, and career counseling. She worked as a specialist with individuals with disabilities, ESL, developmental, and students with criminal records. She also worked for a local counseling agency specializing in treatment of depression, anxiety, and anger. She also offers supervision for L.P.C’s. Call or email for more information.
Mary L. Mutschler, L.S.W., L.C.S.W., Brain Injury Specialist and E.M.D.R. Trauma Specialist, and L.C.S.W. and L.P.C. Licensing Supervisor.
Mary specializes in brain trauma and other types of trauma including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). 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. As registered E.M.D.R. specialist, she commonly works with military vets and others who have experienced deep struggles. She also offers supervision for L.C.S.W. and L.P.C.. Call or email for more information.
For more information at: phone: 717-489-2901 fax: 717-367-0242 or LLMulhollem@LLMcounseling.com