Lee Hudson, M.A., L.P.C. email@example.com Lee received his Master's degree with honors in professional counseling in 2013 from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He completed supervision for licensure at Cornerstone Counseling in Anchorage, Alaska, then opening a private practice in 2013, which continues today with Alaska Center for Counseling. Currently, Lee plans to defend his doctoral dissertation in July of 2018 and complete the requirements for a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. His dissertation concerns treatment for psychological trauma and trauma-related disorders. Before professional therapy, Lee served in a staff role in an evangelical church for 15 years as a musician, program director, production supervisor, and volunteer manager. Areas of emphasis in Lee's counseling practice include therapy for anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, bereavement, parenting, and marriage difficulties, in addition to career counseling and conflict resolution. Lee has lived in Anchorage since the summer of 1985 and celebrated 25 years of marriage to Karen in May of 2017. They have two children, 21 and 17, both residing in Anchorage. Lee's interests include carpentry, hunting, and camping (in comfort, with much coffee).
Jeff Cowell M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C. firstname.lastname@example.org Jeff received his Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2011 from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He opened a private practice in Anchorage, Alaska upon graduating before moving to Nashville, Tennessee to work and train at the Center for Professional Excellence (CPE) in August 2012. CPE works specifically with men who are wanting freedom from addiction, anxiety and or depression and provides a multi-disciplinary therapeutic approach grounded in the wisdom of the Spiritual Root System and the 12 steps that bring people into a deeper relationship with themselves, others and God. Before professional therapy, Jeff served in a staff roll in two evangelical churches for 15 years as a student paster/pastor counselor. Areas of emphasis of Jeff's counseling practice include marriage counseling, relational/communication issues, therapy for anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, bereavement, parenting, and conflict resolution. Jeff has also completed the basic training for EMDR and continues to work towards becoming a certified EMDR therapist. Jeff traveled the world as a military dependent but has made Anchorage his home beginning in 2002. Jeff is married to Erin and has three daughters, 21, 19, and 17. Jeff's interest include hanging with his family, anything outdoors and his dog, Brooks.
Susan Floyd, M.A.P.C., B.C.P.C. email@example.com Sue isa Master's level pastoral counselor (MAPC) and is board certified by the Board of Christian Professional and Pastoral Counselors (BCPC) She received her Bachelor's degree in 1985 from Liberty University in Business (BS) and minored in Psychology. While serving as a local pastor she completed her Master's degree from Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary in 2014. Sue joined Alaska Center for Counseling in 2016. Sue's passion as a pastor, and now as a counselor, is to watch people as they grow in their ability to love in a "whole hearted" manner as human beings who are physical, emotional and spiritual beings. In this, they can fulfill the great commandment to love God, themselves, and others. Sue's experience has been in working with adolescent girls, adult individuals, and couples, in the areas of relational/marital communication, addiction, depression, anxiety, and trauma. Sue has lived in Alaska for almost 50 years and is a wife and the mother of adult children. She would say that the thing that she most grateful for is the deep relationship that they enjoy with their son's, daughter and their spouses. She loves to travel, read, and a good cup of tea with a friend.
Joy Knight M.A., L.P.C., CDC II firstname.lastname@example.org Joy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Alaska, in practice as a family therapist. Her education and professional skill sets have focused on the mind, body and heart. Joy received her Master's degree of Arts in Counseling with honors from Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, TX in 2015. This led to an internship in chemical dependency treatment, then employment at Providence Alaska Medical Center, a return to work after a 5 years as a stay at home mother. Joy joined Alaska Center for Counseling in 2016. Prior to pursuing a career in counseling, Joy worked in fitness and physical therapy, providing care for clients/patients suffering with chronic pain, sports injuries, and the geriatric population. Joy has experience in counseling adolescent girls, couples and adults who struggle with addiction, depression, anxiety, complex trauma, self-worth issues, marital/relational discord, and personality disorders. Joy strives to create a safe nurturing atmosphere, a "sacred space", in which individuals can be supported to stay present, process feelings, change, grow and be who God created them to be. Joy grew up in Germany with her family as a "military brat", and later met her husband Eric, when he was stationed there. Together they have lived in Arkansas, Japan and Alaska twice and enjoyed traveling the world. This year they celebrate 20 years of marriage and are raising two daughters, 10 and 6 years old. Joy loves to do most anything physically active such as Zumba, hiking, biking, snowboarding, and being outdoors with her family and two labradoodles, Mufasa and Rainbeaux.