Mr. Hockenberry has professional experience working with adults and adolescents. His areas of competency include pre-marital, marital and relationship issues, mood disorders, grief and loss, adjustment disorders, chronic pain, social skills development, stress management, work and vocational issues, Christian and spirituality concerns. Mr. Hockenberry has particular interest in addressing issues that effect Christian growth and development both individually and corporately within the church.
Ms. Huddle has extensive clinical experience working with adult victims of crime and adult survivors of childhood abuse, issues of codependency, women’s issues, stress management, relationship and family issues, mood disorders, grief and loss, divorce recovery, and adjustment disorders.
Ms. Huddle has continued to add to the development of the social work field by teaching social work classes at Ohio University-Lancaster. Classes taught have included: Child Abuse and Neglect and The Family and Services to the Elderly. She has presented clinical workshops for professionals, organizations, and law enforcement groups.
Lisa’s clinical experience includes work with mood disorders, anxiety and stress management, behavioral issues, parenting, couple/marital and family counseling. Lisa utilizes primarily a cognitive behavioral approach but as a Christian counselor will also use principles of faith and spirituality upon client’s request to foster hope and facilitate positive change. Lisa works with clients from early adolescence to adulthood.
His areas of expertise include depression and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, life-transitions including mid-life issues, grief work, divorce, relationship concerns and dual diagnosis. Additionally, he has provided counseling in both stress and anger management for individuals and groups. He is a graduate of Rutgers University in New Jersey and applies a diverse range of skills and experience to his work in counseling and therapy.
Since 2001, Dr. Roberts has worked with adults and adolescents experiencing severe mental illness, depression, anxiety, marital and relationship issues, parent and adolescent relationship issues, trauma, and adjustment to life stressors in inpatient, outpatient, justice system, and educational facilities, with specialty areas in domestic violence and dating violence. Dr. Roberts’ primary method of treatment at RVC is a cognitive-behavioral approach while incorporating interventions and techniques appropriate for each individual. For clients specifically requesting Christian Counseling, Dr. Roberts can provide a Roman Catholic perspective. In addition to clinical work, Dr. Roberts has presented locally and nationally on a variety of topics related to her specialty areas. She has also served as a statistical and research design consultant on a number of professional and educational research projects and her own research focuses on the efficacy of dating violence prevention programming in high schools.
Katie works from a primarily cognitive-behavioral approach and has particular interest in teaching adults, adolescents, and children to use these skills to maintain resilience in difficult times. She works with individuals, as well as couples and families. She has experience addressing a wide range of problems including anger management, disruptive behaviors, anxiety and mood disorders, grief, childhood abuse, adjustment disorders, spiritual issues, and relationship conflict. Katie also has training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, which teaches specific skills to clients who struggle with overwhelming emotions and interpersonal difficulty.