rtemplesRobin Temples, MA, LMFT (S) Director of LBCC, Robin is also receiving clients for therapy. She holds a Masters degree in School Psychology from USC. She also graduated from Columbia Biblical Seminary at Columbia International University (C.I.U.) with a Masters in Counseling. She is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is also a licensed supervisor. Robin has fifteen years of experience as a school psychologist, working with children of all ages and consulting with teachers and parents in behavior management. She has taught graduate level courses to educators about working with families and has been a licensed counselor for over twenty years. Robin is married and has three sons, two step-daughters and eight grandchildren. She is attending Centerpointe Community Church and has assisted her husband in leading various adult Sunday School Classes. Her particular areas of expertise are family therapy, marital and pre-marital therapy, parenting, divorce issues, stepfamilies, spiritual issues, and women’s concerns. She especially enjoys working with people seeking deeper intimacy with God and with others.
alamp2011Angie Lamp, MA, LPC Angie Lamp has more than fourteen years with LBCC, and she is currently serving as Assistant Director and as a counselor. She graduated from Columbia International University with a Masters degree in Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has experience in marital and family therapy, pre-marital counseling, women’s issues, children and parenting issues, and spiritual growth issues. You may have spoken with Angie on the phone, since she receives all of the Center’s initial telephone calls – facilitating the client in selecting the appropriate therapist. Angie and her husband, Rick, attend First Baptist Church Lexington along with their internationally adopted twin girls.
srogersSarah J. Rogers, MSW, LISW-CP Sarah is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with an emphasis in clinical practice. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of South Carolina and specializes in working with adolescents and young adults. Sarah has extensive mental health experience working in the public school setting with local elementary, middle, and high school students. Her areas of expertise include working with kids who struggle with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other developmental and family issues. Sarah and her husband are active in their local church body, the Harvest in Lexington. They have three young children.
DaveDave Van Horn, MA, LPC Dave is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Central Michigan University. He has over eighteen years experience as a LPC and over thirty years experience in Christian ministry. Dave has extensive experience with marital and pre-marital therapy, divorce, remarriage, stepfamilies, family issues, men’s issues, addictions, spiritual issues, depression, anxiety, and restoring/reconciling relationships. Dave understands the pressures that men face, and he is able to help navigate life effectively. Married thirty-seven years he understands the ebb and flow of marriages including how to build, encourage and repair them. He looks forward to meeting you and walking with you through the difficult seasons in your life. Dave has three adult children and five grandchildren. He and his wife attend Midtown Fellowship in Columbia.
clee2011Casey Lee, MA, LPC-I Casey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC-I), with a M.A. Degree in Clinical Counseling from Columbia International University. He is specially trained to understand and treat emotional and relational problems as well as some mental disorders. Your counseling may include various forms of therapy depending on your needs and motivation. Casey was born in Hong Kong, China, but while still young moved to Toronto, Canada. He has been on numerous short-term mission trips, and he has also served as a missionary for two years in a closed country in East Asia with Campus Crusade for Christ. Because of his experiences, Casey understands how differences between people’s upbringing, customs, and habits can affect their relationships. He is also able to understand the stresses of adjusting to new places, peoples, and circumstances. Casey has a big heart to help those who are suffering and disadvantaged; he is an advocate for Compassion International and has worked with the homeless. His life verse is Isaiah 61:1-4. His desire is to “bind up the brokenhearted”, “proclaim freedom for captives”, “comfort all who mourn”, and “to bestow a crown of beauty instead of ashes, oil of joy instead of mourning, a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair”. He has a passion to come alongside those who are hurting and facilitate God’s plan of healing, growth, and transformation through grace and truth.
DianeDianne Holzmann, MA, LPC-I Diane served 29 years as a missionary in German-speaking Europe and now offers her cross-cultural and full-time Christian worker expertise to LCC. She enjoys working with clients who are anxious/obsessive, depressed, in burnout, or experiencing grief/loss issues – with men or women. She is developing a specialization in working with addictions/co-addictions and with children through play therapy. Being fluent in German, she can counsel in English or German. She holds two Masters’ degrees – one in Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Formation as well as an MA in clinical counseling, both from Columbia International University. She and her husband reside in Lexington County. She is the mother of three grown children and 14 grandchildren. She is a member of St. Andrew’s Evangelical Church.
NoelleNoelle Pauling, Graduate Intern Noelle Pauling is a graduate intern attending Liberty University working towards a M.A. in Professional Counseling.  Her passion is to partner with individuals and families through life’s challenges and celebrations. Noelle’s counseling focus is working with children, adolescents, and adults that have experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and families with children and adolescents that have behavioral problems.  She has a special interest in women’s issues, parent-child relationship issues, filial and play therapies, and helping family members affected by addictions and codependency issues.  Noelle also has experience in life, parenting, and business coaching. Noelle is married to a wonderful husband.  They have three sons ages 8, 17, and 18.  Noelle and her family attend The Harvest-Whiteford in Lexington.


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