They come from a wide
Jenne Hibbs has 30 years of counseling experience. She graduated with a Master’s in Counseling from Gallaudet University. She has worked in long-term care as a social services director and helped found two counseling centers, one in New Jersey and Crossroads Counseling Center. Her counseling experience includes working with children, individuals, couples and families experiencing relationship issues, grief, depression, anxiety, codependency, addictions, self-esteem, abuse, parenting issues, spirituality issues, marriage issues, pre-marriage preparation & trauma.
“The idea of starting counseling can be scary; it takes courage to face difficult truths about our lives, but there is so much to gain by finding hope and healing. If you’re ready to begin that process I’d love to connect with you online by phone or video and work around your schedule!”
In her downtime, Jenne loves the beach, biking, hiking and spending time with her family.
Brittany Edie is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and an approved LCPC Supervisor in the state of Maryland. She obtained her Master’s in Counseling from McDaniel College & completed a post-graduated certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy from Capella University. Brittany has worked in public mental health since 2007 and joined the Crossroads Counseling team in 2016. She recognizes the importance of bringing Christ into the process of counseling and healing. Brittany has experience working with individuals & couples experiencing life transition / adjustment disorders, anxiety, depression, grief, stress, and relationship / marriage and premarital counseling.
“It is a privilege to walk along side both individuals and couples through their sometimes painful circumstances helping them find hope, healing, and joy through the process of transforming mind, body and soul.”
When Brittany’s husband James and her children don’t have her time and attention, she integrates mind-body approaches in therapy as a trained yoga teacher at Graceful Balance.
Christine Kolb is a professional Christian counselor, working in the field since 2011. She obtained her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees through Lancaster Bible College. She is licensed in both Maryland and Pennsylvania. She spent four years working as a school counselor at Mount Airy Christian Academy and loves working with young adults, teenagers and children ages 3+. Christine has experience working with individuals, couples, and families, and is qualified to work with clients experiencing family brokenness, anxiety, depression, grief, stress, and ADHD/behavioral disorders.
An active mom, Christine helps to lead a thriving young moms’ group at her church and leads with her husband in Young Life, an outreach ministry to middle school and high school students.
Melissa Houck received her Master’s in Counseling from McDaniel College and completed the coursework required for Maryland certification as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She has worked in public health centers including Mosaic (Maryland) and Catholic Charites and True North Wellness (Pennsylvania). Melissa’s focus is providing team-oriented, intensive counseling for at-risk families with children.
“I love helping families understand the importance of communication and commitment, healthy problem-solving strategies, and contributing factors to success in the home, school, and community.”
When she’s not keeping pace with her husband Shawn and their young boys, she serves in disabilities ministry at Crossroads Church.
Bob Rooney received his Master’s of Christian Counseling from Capital Bible Seminary and completed additional coursework for Maryland certification as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. He retired from Villa Maria Community Mental Health Clinic, a division of Catholic Charities, in 2015. Prior to Villa Maria he worked for CentrePointe Counseling and at Capital Bible Seminary as a mentor-trainer for students studying for future ministry occupations. Bob has experience working with children, teenagers and adults. He works with couples on conflict resolution and trust issues.
“I encourage couples to seek out counseling at the first sign of conflict since it’s been proven to result in a higher success rate in meeting relational goals.”
Bob and his wife Kay are active members of Crossroads Church where Bob volunteers as a small group leader and serves as a greeter. An avid golfer and motorcycle enthusiast, Bob missed using his counseling gifts in a therapy setting and chose to come out of retirement to join the counseling staff. His wife Kay supports that choice as long as it doesn’t interfere with grandparenting fun!