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Dr. Imac Holmes

 Imac Holmes Ed.D. LPC LCADC ACS appreciates the privilege of walking alongside individuals through their journey in life. Imac is invested in creating ways to enhance harmony, creativity, and well-being in the lives of her clients. She has a master’s degree in Christian Counseling from Cairn University Philadelphia Pa. and her Doctorate degree from Argosy University Washington D.C. Imac is currently an Associate Professor at Geneva College where she teaches graduate counseling courses and provides clinical supervision to counselors in training.  


Imac’s clinical experience has been built through working in community mental health as well as in private practice. Imac has worked with adults in the areas of drug and alcohol recovery, trauma, interpersonal conflict and anger management. She has also worked with children and adolescents that struggle with mood disorders, behavior issues, and substance use, Imac has worked with families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems and enjoys working with families to reestablish effective parenting strategies and approaches. 


Imac enjoys incorporating arts, sand tray, and body awareness in the process of taking people out of their thinking mode and targeting emotional attentiveness. She has worked many years with families from diverse cultural backgrounds and has provided individual and family therapy to families that have migrated to the United States and are non-English speakers and struggle with emotional and cultural barriers in reaching optimal health in a different culture. 


Imac believes in being a light to the world and honoring Christ in all that she does is a priority. Having completed undergraduate and graduate education in Biblical studies and Christian Counseling approaches, she continues her committed to the integration of faith and professional counseling. Imac has extensive postgraduate training in multicultural family therapy and brings a strong commitment to working with spiritual and cultural issues that can enrich mental health and overall wellness.