Meet the Team

We have a diverse team with many years of experience.

We can help you match up with the right counselor by calling our main number and leaving a message at 540.908.3463, or feel free to contact a specific counselor directly.  Find each counselor’s contact information below.

Sarah DeBoer, MAMFT, LPC

Sarah DeBoer, MAMFT, LPC

Clinical Director, Approved Clinical Supervisor


I grew up in Delaware and moved to Virginia at age 18. My journey to becoming a counselor began at James Madison University while I was working with and hearing the struggles of youth in the church I was attending. My wish was to not only hear about these struggles but to help do something about them- to speak truth into their wounds and give them the skills to bring about desired growth in their lives. Read full bio.

Mark Sensabaugh, LPC, LMFT

Mark Sensabaugh, LPC, LMFT

Therapist, Approved Clinical Supervisor


The world we live in provides ample opportunity to experience relational pain, confusing life experiences, and circumstances that expose growth areas and distortions in our perceptions.  I love the picture of our lives being a journey in which we face a variety of different seasons . . . winters of loss, stillness, and quiet reflection . . . spring times of new life and discovery . . . warm summers of growth . . . and autumns of harvests and the realization that life as we know it is coming to a close.  Read Full Bio.

Jonelle Frost, MA, EdS

Jonelle Frost, MA, EdS

Therapist


***I am on a sabbatical and not seeing clients currently.

I earned my Master of Arts and Educational Specialist degrees in the Clinical Counseling program from James Madison University in 2005. I’m passionate and committed to working with children, adolescents, women across the lifespan, and families with special needs. Read full bio.

Daniel R. Borden, MA, MFTC

Daniel R. Borden, MA, MFTC

Therapist, Resident in Counseling


Traveling was always a part of my life. I moved to Zimbabwe at age 7, and then to South Africa at age 12 as my parents were career missionaries.  I’ve always enjoyed meeting people from diverse cultures and backgrounds. That was the exiting part of growing up overseas! My childhood was filled with change and ‘home’ changed so much!  Together, my many ‘homes’ hold a kaleidoscope of memories, conversations, friends, cultures, and various forms of other things left behind.  Read full bio.

Ally Padilla, MA

Ally Padilla, MA

Therapist, Resident in Counseling


As a native to the Shenandoah Valley and an official “townie,” I cannot imagine a world without college students. College is such a unique and often overwhelming time for students, they are faced with so many questions like: Who am I? What do I want to do? And where do I belong?  Read Full bio.

Rachel Jecklin, MA

Rachel Jecklin, MA

Therapist, Resident in Counseling


***I am not taking new clients until August 2021.

I grew up in Philadelphia to Christian parents, and during elementary school we had numerous infant foster brothers and sisters in our home. My parents later adopted two children into our family. From the earliest moments of my memory, it was apparent how important childhood, family, and faith were in shaping our lives and our stories.  Read full bio.

John Kuebler, MDiv, LPC, LMFT

John Kuebler, MDiv, LPC, LMFT

Therapist Emeritus, Approved Clinical Supervisor


*John has retired and is not taking clients, but is still involved with the business and support of Journey.  We are thankful to John for his vision in starting Journey and his faithfulness to help maintain Journey’s biblical integrity.

My journey began as a young police officer working mostly in southern Florida from 1973-1984. During my 15 years of service, I saw and experienced great triumph and indescribable tragedy while patrolling the streets and investigating child abuse. My eyes were opened to the every day life of folks around me – many of whom were living in the midst of crime, violence, and broken homes.  Read Full Bio.

Linda Nelson, MS, LPC

Linda Nelson, MS, LPC

Therapist


I grew up in Hanover County, Virginia, later receiving my Bachelor’s degree in English Education from Longwood College in Farmville, VA.  After marrying and living and working in Richmond for many years  in various jobs including as the Bible Buyer at a Christian bookstore and at the Virginia Baptist Foundation as Assistant to the Treasurer, my husband and I moved to North Carolina.  During my time in Richmond I had worked on my own dysfunctional family issues with a wonderful Christian Counselor.   Read Full Bio.

 

Chad Roberts, MDiv, MSW

Chad Roberts, MDiv, MSW

Therapist, Supervisee in Social Work


My intent is to provide a safe and supportive environment where together we explore the challenges you are presently facing. A meaningful counseling relationship involves your active participation – as sessions are designed to discover (or rediscover) a more promising outlook with a path forward (as you may have guessed – I am solutions-oriented). I possess a Christian worldview and hold fast to the hope made available through Christ. If we share a similar faith-based outlook along with a high regard for the truth of scripture, I believe our sessions can be more productive and sustainable beyond the time shared together.   Read Full Bio.