Biography

Heather Evans, LCSW

 

Heather Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has over 17 years of experience providing individual, marriage, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults in inpatient, outpatient, nonprofit and residential settings. She received her undergraduate degrees in Biblical Studies and Social Work from Cairn University and Master of Social Work from Rutgers University. In the past, she has served as Regional Director for Lydia Counseling Center in Hillsborough, NJ and as adjunct professor at Cairn University.

 

Heather is co-founder of the Valley Against Sex Trafficking (VAST) Coalition, a united movement to resist the spread of human trafficking in the Lehigh Valley, PA region and world. She is co-chair of the Aftercare team and assists in training, equipping and mobilizing local individuals, organizations and service providers to address sex trafficking. In 2013, Heather received the Allied Professional Award from Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley for outstanding commitment to victimsí services.

 

Heather has diverse experience in group-facilitating, teaching, speaking, and coordinating in various settings for children, youth, women, and families. It is her passion to use her counseling training and experience to educate others. Heatherís teaching style and topics are appropriate for diverse settings including retreats, special events, one-day workshops, churches, schools, universities, service provider agencies and more. In appropriate settings, Heather welcomes opportunities to reach individuals and families of all ages through educating, equipping, and teaching the truth of Godís Word.

 

Rebekah Sampson

 

Rebekah Sampson is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her undergraduate degree in Bible from Lancaster Bible College and a Master in Counseling Psychology from Eastern University. She has experience working in a variety of settings including home-based and outpatient services. Rebekah has extensive experience in family dynamics, traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries, domestic abuse, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, AD/HD, Asperger Syndrome, and Grief/ Loss. She is an active member in her church and community, specifically advocating for children with special needs.  

 

Paul Bauer

 

Paul Bauer is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both North Carolina and Pennsylvania. His areas of emphasis include adults, families, couples, marriages, relationships, anger management, grief/loss, trauma, uniformed services groups and employee assistance programs across a variety of treatment disorders with diverse populations. He remains an on-call counselor with The Counseling Team International, National Response Team for Critical Incident Stress Management for the Federal Air Marshalls Service. Previously, he has also been a Street Reach Homeless Center counselor and a Muscular Dystrophy group facilitator. Most recently he has worked in Private Practice and voluntarily served The Brunswick County, North Carolina Sheriff's Office as a Chaplain.

 

Paul has a Bachelorís Degree in Organizational Management from Nyack College in New York and a Masterís Degree in Counseling from Cairn University in Pennsylvania with an Advanced Specialization in Christian Counseling. He has co-instructed Group Labs at the Masterís level in Marriage/Family Counseling and Group Dynamics at Cairn. Furthermore, Paul is certified as an Employee Assistance Specialist Clinician.

 

LangMarc Publishing has released his book entitled: ď40 Days in the Desert, a Devotional Guide for Uniform Services PersonnelĒ. His experiences have uniquely qualified him to speak into the lives of those serving in roles such as the military, police, firefighters, emergency medical, and security personnel.

 

Please see Seminars Page for a list and description of speaking topics.