Bob Hamp

Bob Hamp is the founder of the Think Differently Counseling Consulting and Connecting Center. He has been in private practice and worked in the church for a combined 25 years of practice. Besides his years of private practice and organizational consulting he spent ten years developing a group discipleship strategy called Freedom Ministry that helped thousands of people find freedom from a broad range of struggles. He has published two books built around the idea that changing thought process is the true meaning of Biblical repentance and therefore, the key component of real change. HIs video series, Foundations of Freedom, is used worldwide to shift the way people see the Gospel, themselves and the pathway to change. He currently offers training and consulting to counselors, ministries, and laypeople. He and his team offer training in facilitating freedom, spiritual leadership, teaching and training strategies and ministry development.

Mike Walker

Mike is a licensed professional counselor and a graduate of Southwestern Assemblies of God University with a Masters in Counseling Psychology. Mike is passionate about “walking alongside” people in their journey from areas of blindness to freedom, wholeness, and life. He has a variety of professional experiences working in both inpatient, and outpatient hospitals, men’s residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and most recently in private practice. Mike believes the applications he has learned and utilized in these experiences and in education are tools for the journey and are useful in the process of restoration but are non-exclusive, especially in the restoration of the heart. Mike has received training in the “Foundations of Freedom” and is a trained facilitator of a spiritual growth seminar that focuses on inter-healing and identity in Christ. His eclectic approach emphasizes the need of the Holy Spirit to address relational wounds, disconnection, and/or trauma along within the framework of clinical counseling. Mike enjoys working with preteens, teens, individuals, and marital counseling. When not working, Mike seeks out new adventures with his wife, two sons and his yellow Labrador “Honey.” He loves coffee, kayak fishing, camping, backpacking, and being around friends.

Janice Holland
M.A., LPC - Supervisor

Janice is a Certified Trauma Specialist through The Ross Institute and loves helping children, teens and adults from all walks of life become the person they were created to be. Janice spent 12 years in the public school systems as a teacher and school counselor where she implemented an award-winning program based on positive character development. In 2012 she began working in private practice counseling individuals and family systems. Janice works as a supervisor of LPC interns, and also teaches and trains students and leaders in various private schools and organizations on trauma, relationships, leadership, and identity. Janice earned her B.S. in Education from Texas Christian University and obtained a M.A. in Applied Psychology from New York University.

Jessica LeFlore

Jessica is a licensed professional counselor who desires to see people walk in wholeness and freedom.  Jessica earned her B.A in Psychology and Sociology, as well as her M.A in Counseling, at Dallas Baptist University. Jessica spent several years working with individuals and families in crisis in hospital-based programs as well as in school settings. She has also facilitated and taught spiritual development seminars focused on helping individuals step more fully into who they are in Christ. Jessica has been in private practice full time since 2011 and is dedicated to providing her clients a safe and healthy environment where she can help them find spiritual and emotional healing.