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Dr. Trent Langhofer is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has worked with individuals and families for nearly a decade. Dr. Langhofer is a sought after conference speaker and teacher. He has lectured nationally and internationally to large audiences on topics that include: adjustment following spiritual conversion, the themes perpetuating marital commitment in conservative protestant couples following infidelity, development of authentic intimacy in relationships, and spiritual growth and development in spiritually mature individuals and families.
Peggy Adams is a graduate-level counselor and has always felt drawn to the helping professions. She completed a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Colorado Christian University before being accepted into the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program also at CCU. Adams is a member of the Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society, an active member of the Colorado Counseling Association, and the American Psychological Association. Adams has broad experience working with individuals and families. As a mother of two children, a business owner, and full-time student, Adams is especially suited to work with mothers, young ladies, and marriages. Her faith has been paramount in leading her to her calling as a counselor. She believes that the difficult moments in life have been the ones that have ultimately help her grow. Adams’ philosophy of “meeting clients where they are at” has helped her promote health and healing in her clients. She has volunteered as a youth ministry director, adult leader for Boy Scouts of America, and in working with teens and adults struggling with addictions
Robert Moore is a graduate-level counselor working toward a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Southeastern University in 2017, minoring in Religion and Outdoor Leadership/Discipleship. His goal is to help adolescents and families overcome difficulties by integrating meaningful relationships and the outdoors. Moore strives to meet people where they are, applying psychotherapy techniques and biblical truths. He offers a safe, nurturing, and creative environment, so that a therapeutic alliance can facilitate healing and growth. He spent the last four years working with adolescents and children to reduce anxiety, building self-confidence, and teamwork all focused around a Christ-centered foundation.
Matthew Mottram is a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. Mottram is a gifted administrator and manager with years of experience in church leadership and ministry. He received a Biblical Studies degree before being accepted into CCU’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. Mottram’s extensive experience in youth and family ministry helps him connect with clients in a way that promotes peace and calm as they navigate their counseling journey. Mottram provides professional administrative support to the clinical staff at the Community Counseling Center and is often the first point of contact for our clients.
Jeri Peterson is a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Colorado Christian University. She also received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at CCU, graduating with honors as a member of the Sigma Nu Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, distinguished for academic excellence. Petersonwas raised on the mission field in Alaska and New Mexico and served alongside her parents planting churches and encouraging people. Her love of art, music, and the outdoors inspires a creative approach to therapy, and she incorporates existential and neuroscience applications in her work with clients. Peterson is a ‘knot-untier’ and helps people move forward in life by healing hurts and untangling unhealthy thoughts. She considers it an honor to be serving with the administrative and clinical staff at CCU’s Community Counseling Center
Frederich L. Rhodes is a Christian graduate student working on a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. Rhodes completed a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources degree with a minor in psychology prior to his admission into CCU’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. He has served as a member of the United States Air Force. Rhodes’s experience serving the military in the Far East and Europe has helped him develop expertise in working with culturally diverse populations. He is an active member of the American Counseling Association and the Colorado Counseling Association. Rhodes has certifications in Applied Suicide Intervention Specialist Training (A.S.I.S.T) and Motivational Interviewing therapy. He regularly volunteers as a Sunday school children's Bible tutor. Rhodes currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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