Our professional counselors provide professional Christian counseling to our community. Meet the team and learn more about the areas of counseling they specialize in.
Our counselors are prepared to help in the following areas:
Grief and Loss
Marital & Premarital Issues
Stress, Anxiety and Fear
Transitions, Career and Calling
Mike Blount has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Bethel University, St. Paul, MN. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and since 1997 he has worked extensively with sexual/porn addiction and recovery, spousal betrayal, screen addiction, problematic sexual behavior, work place mental health, men’s issues, masculinity and mental health, sexuality, spiritual abuse, career management and life transition, emerging adulthood, grief and loss, and relationship/marriage counseling. Mike also works at Messiah University as a counselor leading men’s groups for sexual integrity. Mike and his wife have one daughter.
Krista Cochran has a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Messiah University. She is a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. Krista utilizes a holistic approach to counseling and desires to create a safe space for each of her clients as they work together toward healing. Some of Krista’s clinical interests include anxiety, grief and loss, and trauma. She also has a passion for helping with issues relating to fertility and pregnancy loss. Krista and her husband have two children.
Dr. Heather Hostler has a doctorate in Psychology from Wheaton College. She is a licensed psychologist and is the consultant for West Shore Free Church’s Counseling Referral Ministry. She is the owner of the private group practice Psychological Health Affiliates since 2020. Heather and her husband have five children and a small zoo of pets.
*Dr. Hostler serves in an oversight capacity and does not see clients.
Stacey Hansen has a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Messiah University. She is a National Certified Counselor. Stacey works as a therapist for Turning Point in York, a nonprofit organization that specializes in trauma work with sexual assault/abuse victims. Stacey works with children, teens, and adults, and her areas of interest include trauma, anxiety and depression. Stacey spent 24 years as a special educator in NY before moving to PA
Dan Lundblad has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work. He is a licensed social worker. Dan’s passion is to help couples develop healthy intimacy in marriage with effective communication and conflict resolution skills. Other specialties include work with adolescent boys and men of all ages to address issues of anger management, grief/loss, and sexual addiction. Dan and his wife have two adult children and three grandsons.