Felicia Hubach completed her bachelor's degree in Human Development in 2013 from Warner Pacific. This degree was chosen because she had always wondered how people's minds worked and pondered life if she were to "walk in their shoes". This led her to desire helping people through life choices, struggles, and reclaiming lost parts of themselves. She is a counseling intern completing a Master of Arts in Counseling from Multnomah University under the clinical supervision of Brad Peterson, LMHC
Ministry / Volunteer Experience:
Felicia grew up always aware of God's hand in her life. She was a youth leader in high school mentoring younger girls, teaching Sunday School, and leading a Bible study. Felicia worked with a local youth outreach program mentoring high school girls and helping create a ministry in partnership with YMCA. She volunteered with Education of Children and Family as a parent advocate. Then, she volunteered for the production of "The King and I" at a local high school. All of this cemented her heart in ensuring that youth have a healthy and fruitful development.
Having received counseling training from Multnomah University, Felica brings a person-centered approach to each individual. As a counselor, Felicia utilizes Ephesians 4:1-2 "walk worthy of the calling you have received, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, accepting one another in love" to practice humility, gentleness, and patience--the trilogy of love. Felicia looks at life through an existential point of view, and utilizes cognitive therapy, expressive therapy, family systems, and reality therapy with teens, adults, and couples to address a variety of needs. Play, expressive, or narrative therapy will be utilized with children. Felicia has a heart for people in the margins who feel pushed out or alone. Walking as a Christian, yet hiding parts of themselves, they feel they do not fit in. She desires to work with you towards feeling authentic, secure, and confident.