Dr. Michael E. Mulhollen

  • Director and Senior Managing Chaplain, Crisis Counseling & Trauma Services (CCTS)

Chaplain Michael Mulhollen is a board certified pastoral counselor whose ministry and practice focuses on care giving and chaplaincy in the market place, military, and critical and crises incidents.

Chaplain Mike has over 30 years of experience and responsibility in the broad field of CISM, Crisis Management, Counseling, and helping services; and has witnessed first-hand the tragic effects terrorism, workplace violence, school violence, and multiple casualty incidents can have on our local communities and also how the resolve of these communities, with the help of our first responders and emergency service men and women, help them overcome the trauma of these events, allowing them to develop mitigation systems into practice.

Chaplain Mike is an ordained chaplain and provides those services commonly associated with the clergy. In addition to counseling services, Chaplain Mike also conducts seminars, workshops, discussions, training, and briefings on CISM, CISD, ICS and emergency management. Chaplain Mike is founder and director of Crisis Counseling and Trauma Services (CCTS) located in North Carolina.

Chaplain Mike is Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, and Fellow, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. He is also a Board Certified Crisis Chaplain, and an ordained Community Chaplain by Community Chaplains of America.

Chaplain Mike received his Bachelors and Masters degree from Columbia University, his Ph.D. in Education from Greenwich University, and his Masters in Theology and Doctor of Ministry from The American Evangelical Christian University.

Workshops, Presentations and Seminar Topics

  • Stress Management in the Workplace
    This seminar discusses how stress deteriorates the fabric of our health and, if unrecognized and untreated can lead to loss.

  • Acute Traumatic Stress Management
    Based on Dr. Lerner's Acute Traumatic Stress Management Model, this workshop empowers participants to look beyond the physical and safety needs of people and also address emergent psychological needs.
  • Comprehensive Emergency Management
    This seminar / workshop discusses, in detail, the activities in each phase of emergency management based on the Emergency Manager's Toolkit, FEMA. Each of the four phases are discussed and activities are planned around each phase.

  • Combat Fatigue
    This training is designed for those who work with our nation's service members (currently on active duty, reserve status or veterans) and who want a better understanding of the effects of combat stress (both direct and indirect) and how these effects of stress can isolate and or destroy the service member's ability to function. The emphasis is on learning the signs and the ability to understand the dark feelings of war-time stress.

  • Anger Management... Who's in Control?
    This workshop discusses the aspects of anger, its origins, its chemical effects, and a biblical approach on taming the internal enemy. Role playing, sharing of ideas and experiences and key concepts to anger management and control are covered.

  • Franklin Covey: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

  • Franklin Covey: Focus

  • Following is a list of organizations with whom Dr. Mulhollen has interviewed, consulted or trained:

    North Carolina Department of Transportation
    US Army, Augsburg, Germany
    York Institute
    501st Military Intelligence Battalion
    CTG Group
    Advance Computer Technology Training
    Computer Processing Institute
    T & HG Associates, Int'L
    The Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center
    Corporate Chaplains Institute
    University of Hartford
    University of Connecticut
    Widener University
    US Army, National Security Agency

Dr. Mulhollen
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