: Clinical Mental Health Counseling
The field of Psychology is changing rapidly. Exciting ideas are emerging from Biological Psychology and Positive Psychology that have significantly changed our models of how we understand people, and how best to work with people to create positive change. The Hodges University Applied Psychology Program uses these new perspectives to educate students and enhance their skills set for use in their professional and personal lives.
Dr. Hofmann currently has a PhD from Northcentral University in Psychology. He has a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and spent 15 years practicing as a psychotherapist full time in the fields of mental health and alcohol/drug addiction. Professor Hofmann has facilitated local programs in Family Communication and Children of Divorce, and he currently keeps his knowledge sharp by working for a local employee assistance program one afternoon a week providing assessment and short term individual, couple and family counseling. He is a Licensed Florida Social Worker, and a Florida Certified Addiction Prevention Professional. Professor Hofmann is also certified as a Microsoft Systems Engineer, and has discovered that the process behind resolving such diverse problems as a computer network crisis or a family counseling emergency involve quite similar logical thought processes.