Dan Stinchcomb – MRE, MS, LCPC
“Dan serves a niche population having extensive training and experience working with individuals that have an addiction. He also serves clients with other mental health issues and as such has become our resident expert in dual-diagnosis treatment. He is a team player and resource for us all.” – Kim Cook, MSW, MA, LCSW-C, CEO
After serving on the staff of several churches as an associate pastor in the area of discipleship, youth ministry, and outreach, Dan began a second career in counseling. He has worked in pastoral counseling centers and publicly funded programs including hospitals, family service agencies, and county health departments. He has gained experience and specialized in couples therapy, family therapy, and therapy for co-occurring disorders (clients with both a substance abuse and a mental health disorder).
Tell us a little about yourself:
Education BA Oklahoma Baptist University, MRE Southwestern Seminary, MS Northeastern Oklahoma State University. Married 46 years, 2 married sons, 2 daughters-in-law and 5 grandkids. hobbies, reading, gardening, kayaking
How do you like to spend your free time?
Reading at the beach, Kayaking, being with grandkids.
Where is your favorite place in the world?
Any beach but Cape May in Particular.
What’s the last book you read?
Queen Anne’s Lace by Susan Albert
What’s your favorite movie?
Not a big movie goer!
What’s your favorite meal?
Who inspires you?
Reading scripture because it is God speaking directly to me and showing me the way to follow him.
Use only three words to describe yourself:
Laughing, Faithful, Hopeful
What inspired you to become a counselor?
I had a lot of experiences in talking with people about what was going on with them, God’s prompting in my life and arranging circumstance and a carload of people going to a University to work on a master’s!
What’s your favorite part of being a counselor?
Seeing people making changes
What’s the hardest part about being a counselor?
Hearing the pain in people’s lives
What was your proudest moment as a CPC Counselor?
When someone refers a friend to me or comes back to me for further counseling!
Use only three words to describe CentrePointe Counseling:
Caring, God-focused, Available