MEET THE COUNSELORS

Jennifer Jill Schwirzer
Jennifer Jill Schwirzer

Jennifer Jill Schwirzer

Jennifer Jill Schwirzer, LPC, NCC is a graduate of Capella University and has extensive experience in individual and group counseling as well as seminars. She is also a well-published author and has made many public appearances lecturing on the principles of mental health. Jennifer specializes in Christian and wholistic counseling and recovery from eating disorders. She uses an eclectic approach, which includes cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal and motivational interventions.


Robert Davison
Robert Davison

Robert Davison

Robert Davison, MA, NCC, LGPC received his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Christian integration from Regent University. Robert’s professional background includes crisis phone counseling and vocational counseling for mentally and physically challenged adults. As a private practice counselor he has worked with with individuals (depression, anxiety, grief, anger, trauma, relationship and spiritual issues); couples (pre-marital, marital, conflict resolution, infidelity, parenting, pornography, and sexuality); and groups (men, women, and wellness focus). He has completed the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) workshop in suicide first aid. Robert enjoys helping men develop integrity and character as husbands, fathers, and Christian leaders, and has served as an elder on a local church level. He uses an integrative approach to counseling that pulls from various best practice, research-validated methods.


Nivischi Edwards
Nivischi Edwards

Nivischi Edwards

Nivischi Edwards, PhD, LMHC, NCC, DCC is passionate about the ability to have healthy relationships, satisfying marriages, and dynamic families. She is grieved by the current state of many marriages and families in our society and believes it is possible to positively impact this world, one person, one marriage, and one family at a time. She trains budding counselors at Southern Adventist University and feels richly blessed to do what she loves and remains ever grateful to live this life more abundantly.


Christina Cecotto
Christina Cecotto

Christina Cecotto

Christina Cecotto, LMSW, graduated from Southern Adventist University with her Masters in Social Work. She did her training as a mental and behavioral health therapist at an inpatient unit for severe mental health and substance use disorders. In her training, she learned that patients who did not have spiritual coping skills, nor were interested in developing spiritual coping skills, would often return to the inpatient unit for further treatment. Since working at Wildwood Lifestyle Center she now sees a big difference in the outcome of individuals’ mental and behavioral health after treatment. Patient’s have a high success for healing when biblical psychology and the eight laws of health are combined. In her own personal experience she has learned to overcome trauma through applying these biblical principles. Her life work is focused on helping individuals learn to personally apply biblical principles in a powerful way so that they may also be overcomers through the blood of Jesus Christ.


Paul Coneff
Paul Coneff

Paul Coneff

Paul Coneff, MFT, is the author of “The Hidden Half of the Gospel: How His Suffering Can Heal Yours” (www.hiddenhalf.org) with his co-writer, Lindsey Gendke, and the president of Straight 2 the Heart’s non-profit discipleship ministry (www.straight2theheart.com). Paul has trained people in many countries around the world, offering healing and freedom in Christ, in a way that moves people into ministry with a testimony.

He lives in Texas with his wife Cristina, and Carolina, their teenage daughter and "celebrator of life." Paul loves seeing the local church developing discipleship teams who are impacting their community for Christ, with the whole gospel, for the whole person, going to the whole world. (Matt. 28:18–20; Rev. 14:6)


Jean Wright
Jean Wright

Jean Wright

H. Jean Wright II, PsyD, is a transformational, highly experienced and professionally trained Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with over 20 years of experience in behavioral health and proven success in passionately leading people and managing projects and initiatives in government for the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in private practice; in academia, as Adjunct Professor for Temple University and Wilberforce University; and in rehabilitation and correction, for the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the State of Ohio. As a clinical consultant, facilitator and trainer, Dr. Wright teaches the subtleties of human interaction to successfully embrace and celebrate the variety of personalities in the workforce and community. His extensive research in human behavior and skill in delivering mission-critical results in direct clinical care, supervision and management have contributed to his success in contributing as a subject matter expert for media, journals, educational newsletters, and faith-based magazines, including The Education Highway, Healthy Horizons, The Pacific Press and The Lake Union Herald, where he focused on the connection between psychology, faith and spirituality.




David Guerrero
David Guerrero

David Guerrero

David Guerrero, ND, BCCC, CNC, is an ordained minister and board certified Christian counselor and professional life, marriage, leadership and health and wellness coach. David is the Speaker/Director of Rekindle the Flame Ministries and founder of Adventist Christian Coaching Alliance and Life Calling Discovery Coaching Inc. David travels throughout North America giving living changing seminars helping others to discover and experience the abundant life in Jesus Christ. David is married and he and his wife Jacquelyn are have four wonderful children who are the joy of their life.


Shelly Wiggins
Shelly Wiggins

Shelly Wiggins

Shelly Wiggins, LPC, is committed to working with adults who want to overcome difficult or painful life experiences. Her specific areas of expertise include eating disorders, grief and loss, relationship issues, anxiety and women’s issues.

Shelly is a committed Christian with a deep understanding of life issues and is an experienced public speaker. She is also available for speaking engagements and working with women’s groups and church groups. Her wide-ranging experience as a group facilitator is often sought for working with those who struggle with eating disorders, co-dependency and addictive behaviors.

Her personal mission is to teach, nurture and demonstrate freedom through counseling ministries.

She is a member of the American Counseling Association and a Licensed Professional Counselor by the State of Michigan.

She conceptualized Driftwood Counseling Services in June 2000.