Joshua Wolfe, M.Ed., LPC-Candidate completed his Master of Education degree in Applied Behavioral Studies with a concentration in Professional Counseling from Oklahoma City University. His undergraduate degree in Psychology and Ethics is from Mid-America Christian University.
He focuses on working with children and adolescents struggling with parental divorce and abandonment, as well as teenagers who struggle managing their emotions. He also works with adults who struggle with their own relationships, as well as depression and anxiety.
Joshua Wolfe is a professor of Psychology at Rose State College and uses this comprehensive knowledge of the mind to help form a full view of each and every client to guide appropriate treatment. He enjoys using Chess as an interactive therapy technique with both children and adults.