Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency I and II; Assessment, Treatment Planning and Referral; Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Counseling and Community Practice I and II; and Assessment and Case Management
M.A. Counseling Psychology
M.Div. Pastoral and School Administration
Teaching in the Applied Psychology program at Hodges University, William (Bill) Enslen’s areas of expertise includes psychotherapy, clinical supervisory, grief counseling, victim of crime practitioner, critical incident stress management, substance abuse counseling and psychological assessment-global appraisal of individual needs certified interviewer.
He is a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Florida, a national board certified counselor, and he is board certified in thanatology. From October 1985 to December 2009, he worked for Hope Healthcare, serving as a chaplain and counselor before becoming vice president of bereavement services and director of the pathways of Hope Counselor Center. Retiring in 2009, he worked as a consultant with nonprofit community agencies as a clinical educator. He was also a clinical supervisor for Operation PAR, a substance abuse clinic. Before his work in the mental health field, he was a senior pastor of three churches and an administrator of a private school. He is a veteran of the United States Navy.
His volunteer efforts include serving as a mental health facilitator on the Tri-County Critical Incident Debriefing Team; a founding member, emeritus board member and past president of Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer Resource Center; past president and member of Gulf Coast Mental Health Counselors Association; and former board member of The Florida Mental Health Counselors Association.
Enslen enjoys sailing, fishing, scuba diving, traveling and yard work.