We envision a world where depression, anxiety, and other mental and emotional struggles are no longer obstacles to living an abundant life.
We are passionate about empowering each individual, couple, or family to embark on their journey of healing and ultimately become resilient, fully capable of overcoming the impossible.
TODD WARREN, M.Div., M.A., LPCC, LMHC, CCM
Todd is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor approved by the state of Florida and also a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor approved by the state of Ohio. Todd earned his Master of Arts in Counseling in 2010, as well as a Master of Divinity in 2005. Additionally, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Psychology from Bluffton University. He completed a Chaplain Residency Program in 2006 at Swedish Medical Center in Denver, Colorado, and he is also a Certified Case Manager, approved by the Commission for Case Management Certification. Todd has not only been a therapist, but he has served in a variety of roles such as a Hospice Chaplain, Case Manager, and Christian Counselor.
A unique aspect of our practice is that Todd is a Christian Faith-Based practitioner and incorporates your faith into treatment when appropriate and based on client preference. Todd can provide you with sound, evidence-based therapy while also integrating your faith tradition into your care. If this is something you desire, Todd will take a Christ-centered, non-judgmental approach that focuses on restoration using Christian principles.
A distinct area of specialty for Todd is Manipulative Relationship Recovery. Todd has over 10 years of education, training and experience helping people recognize the signs of a manipulative relationship and create a "Survivor mindset" which brings hope, empowerment, and healing.
Todd has been married to his best friend and soulmate, Rhonda, for over 6 years. While he does not have any biological children of his own, he refers to his three step-sons as “my boys”. Todd and Rhonda enjoy traveling, trips to the beach, long talks about their faith and politics, and spending as much time with their boys as they can.
"See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wilderness."