About

Mission

To promote the mental health and well-being of individuals so they can live their lives to the fullest 

This is How We Help People

  • We provide evidence-based information on mental health issues to enable you make informed decisions about your mental health.      
  • We help you to make cognitive and behavioral changes that help improve your life and help you to achieve your goals.                            
  • We train church leaders to respond effectively to people who need help for mental health conditions and refer those in distress to appropriate professional care.

About Me

Ufon J. Ahime M.S, BCMHC

Founder

While working as an emergency room nurse, I realized that there was a dearth of services for the mental health needs of the patients we cared for; this led to a change in career for me as I realized that for people to perform at their optimal best, they need to be healthy both physically and emotionally.

To equip myself to better serve my community, I obtained a Master’s degree in General Psychology and I am presently a Doctoral student of the Department of Counseling and Psychology at Regent University, Virginia-Beach.

As a board-certified Mental Health Coach and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), I am devoted to improving the mental well-being of individuals so that they can live their lives to the fullest.

I am also an Adjunct Professor at Dallas College and Oral Robert University.

I am married to my husband of 11 years and we have three beautiful children.

Contributors

Maeve Robinson

Contributor

Maeve Robinson is a certified substance abuse counselor currently working at a women’s recovery home.  She has a masters degree from Liberty University and is currently a doctoral student at Regent University. Meave has several years of experience working with individuals dealing with substance use disorder. She is passionate about working with men and women who want to be free of the chains of addiction as well as trauma.  

Kathryn Hamelin

Contributor

Kathryn Hamelin is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a registered child therapist, and a certified child life specialist. She has over a decade of experience working with children and currently works with kids and their families in the burn, trauma/emergency and palliative care departments in University of California San Diego Health. Kathryn has a heart for grief work; helping individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Kathryn is currently a doctoral student at Regent University.