Dr. Daniel Berger II
Dr. Daniel R. Berger II is the founder and director of Alethia International Ministries (AIM), where he continues to write and to speak around the country at various conferences and ministries. He is also an experienced pastor, counselor, school administrator, and the author of numerous books on Christian counseling, practical theology, education, and the history and philosophy of the mental health construct. Daniel studied at Bob Jones University and Florida International University and earned his B.S. in counseling, an M.S. in counseling/ psychology, an M.A. in pastoral studies, and a doctorate in pastoral theology. He is also a certified member of the International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC).
When he is not traveling to speak, Daniel and his wife Oriana live in Greenville South Carolina with their three children. Daniel also enjoys photography, golf (but not on the PGA tour), basketball, and almost every type of food. He has lived in Hawaii, Florida, Ohio, the Dominican Republic, and grew up in Cross Lanes West Virginia.
As a Board Certified Substance Abuse Counselor with nearly 29 years of experience in addictions and substance abuse counseling, Larry Ganschow brings the textbook knowledge, field experience, and personal repentance from drugs and alcohol into his counseling. Larry is a credentialed treatment provider for the State of Missouri and certified in Biblical Counseling through IABC. He knows, as John Calvin has stated, “The heart is an idol factory” and works tirelessly to convict his counselee’s and bring them to a saving knowledge of Christ, from which comes repentance.
Linda and her husband have three grown children, one biological and two adopted. She holds an M.A. in Biblical Counseling from The Master’s College in Santa Clarita, California, and is certified by the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Linda has been counseling at Gateway Biblical Counseling and Training Center since 2007 and has taught as an adjunct professor at Calvary Bible College. She participates in a weekly Bible study and music for her church and a community chorale. Author of Parenting the Difficult Child: A Biblical Perspective on Reactive Attachment Disorder, she maintains a blog at SeedSown Press.