Jeanne McCallum, LCPC
Qualified Mental Health Professional
Jeanne McCallum, LPC, Therapist - joined the staff at LCMHS in 2001 as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She graduated from PSU in May 2001 with her MS in psychology in community counseling. She earned a Bachelor's in Art Education in 1976 at DePauw University, Greencastle Indiana. Jeanne was commissioned as a US Navy Supply Corps officer in 1980 serving until 1983. She then went on to earn a M. Div. in Family Ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1990. In 2005, Jeanne earned her Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor license. She is a member of NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors.)
Responsibilities at LCMHS include family therapy for the Truancy Diversion Family counseling program. Jeanne enjoys working with adults, children and families. In both individual and family therapy, she works to help all clients move through and past their problems and learn skills for a healthy life style. Jeanne's responsibilities include working cooperatively with the Crisis team, the children's Community Based Service program and the adult Community Support Services program.
Jeanne has a varied life experience including substitute teaching and work as a paraprofessional in the special education program in Crawford County, KS. She is involved in volunteer ministry in her church, teaching Sunday School and Singing in the choir. Jeanne and her husband are involved with their son's school and sport activities.