Profile: CareNet’s Mark Siler

Profile: CareNet’s Mark Siler

Mark Siler is Following a Passion to Help Those Less Fortunate By Les Gura Mark Siler had spent his adult life working first as a social worker and then as a chaplain and pastor to reach out and help the forgotten – homeless people, the imprisoned, the destitute. He...
Bryan Hatcher of CareNet — Q&A

Bryan Hatcher of CareNet — Q&A

    Bryan Hatcher, MDiv, LCSW, is president of CareNet Counseling. He is an experienced counselor, chaplain, pastor, and adjunct faculty at Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity. Hatcher has a passion for not only delivering high-quality counseling...
CareNet Counselors Q&A: Rebecca Setzer

CareNet Counselors Q&A: Rebecca Setzer

    Using the Good and the Bad What path did you take to become a counselor? While completing my undergraduate degree in religious studies at Gardner-Webb University, I heard a psychology professor share her memories of the ministry she provided for battered...
CareNet Counselors Q&A: Denise Merritt

CareNet Counselors Q&A: Denise Merritt

From Serving to Service   What path did you take to become a counselor? As I look back now, my earlier life journey, which took me into the military, was a direct result of biblical hermeneutics long before attending seminary. Discovering myself as a marriage and...
CareNet Counselors Q&A: Denise Merritt

CareNet Counselors Q&A: Les Gura

  It’s Always About Story   What path did you take to become a counselor? I was a journalist for nearly 30 years, working for newspapers in California, Connecticut and North Carolina. As a lifelong writer and editor, I loved talking with people and...