“When we pool our strength and share the work and responsibility, we can welcome many people, even those in deep distress, and perhaps help them find self-confidence and inner healing.” - Jean Vanier
Scott Sullender, PhD. Licensed Psychologist, PSY 8931 Pastoral Counselor 1175
I am a licensed psychologist and a Diplomate in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. I have been in psychotherapeutic practice, in various settings, for more than 40 years. I have written a few books, particularly on loss, grief and addictions. Most recently I was Professor of Pastoral Counseling at San Francisco Theological Seminary for ten years.
At this stage of my life I limit my clinical work to providing psychological assessments for clergy candidates and to working as a supervisor and professional educator/trainer for therapists and clergy.
Chaplain April Hewes, M.Div, MSW, CSW, Lic: 376220-3502 (Utah)
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I am a 2019 Master of Divinity graduate with a Certificate in Trauma and Spirituality. I have three units of Clinical Pastoral Education with a fourth unit set to begin in Spring of 2022, on the Marin Campus of the University of Redlands, with the Shaw Chaplaincy Institute. I currently provide crisis intervention, immediate or same-day appointments, referral services, assessment, and pastoral counseling. I accept SFTS/Redlands student vouchers, which cost $35.00 per session, for all SFTS/Redlands students, staff, and faculty. Contact Paul Gaffney at Paul_Gaffney@redlancs.edu to take advantage of this program. I also work on a sliding scale for those who need it. I believe that everyone who needs support should get it, regardless of their ability to pay full price for it.
I also manage our ICC calendar, our ICC website, handle after-hours emergencies, and anything else that needs to be done to help keep the ICC running smoothly. If you need to reach me for any reason, feel free to call or text my cell phone, if your need is immediate or email me at either of the email addresses above.
Richard D. Flout, MA, LMFT, Lic. 23923
I have been a psychotherapist in private practice in Marin for more than three decades. I have had a lifelong interest in the arts and relating them to personal growth, as well as integrating one’s spirituality with the healing process. My experience includes leadership in church liturgy, retreats, contemplative prayer, and meditation groups. I currently lead a biweekly Centering Prayer/Contemplative practices group at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in San Rafael. For the past ten years I have been an oblate with the New Camaldoli Hermitage in Big Sur, CA.
I have a general practice with a clinical emphasis in depression, anxiety, co-dependency, and life transitions. I work in person with adults ranging in age from the early 20s to the early 70s My approach to therapy is eclectic including Transactional Analysis, Gestalt, Family Systems, body awareness, sand tray and movement.
Kathleen E. Denison, MA, CHT
For the last three decades I have provided spiritual mentoring and hypnotherapy to individuals and groups. I have a Masters in Applied Spirituality and I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist. My background also includes training in supervision of spiritual directors, prison chaplaincy, group facilitation and teaching.
I welcome all spiritual seekers and have a passion for helping you discover and deepen your spiritual core, learn how to listen to your own inner guidance, become more true to yourself, centered, at peace, and empowered in your life. If needed, I sometimes use guided imagery to invite spiritual resources into your emotional healing process, assisting you in the integration of your emotions and spirit, and leading you into a deeper wholeness and enlightened consciousness.