Plan on joining us for the upcoming Clergy-Spouse Retreat February 17-19, 2019 at the Days Inn & Suites, Richfield, OH. Presenter: Dr. Lee Wetherbee, PHD, LP, LPCC-S This year's theme is: "Working with Difficult People - Without becoming difficult yourself!"
This is a time for relationship-building, renewal, learning, and rest.
Dr. Lee Wetherbee is a Professor of Counseling at Ashland Theological Seminary (ATS). He blends knowledge and humor together as he teaches in ways that change lives. The ongoing gift of mentoring and training Clinical Counseling students is something Dr. Wetherbee counts among his most fulfilling achievements in life.
Dr. Wetherbee received his PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Akron, MEd in Community Counseling from Kent State University, and a BA in Psychology/Sociology from Malone University.
Dr. Wetherbee and his wife, Faye, met as juniors in high school and have been married for 40 years — years which he describes as "glorious"! The Wetherbees have two grown children and are now enjoying three grandchildren.
One of Dr. Wetherbee's interests is coffee, in all its forms, as evidenced by ownership of three espresso machines. He will readily admit to being an unrepentant coffee snob. His other hobbies include cycling, exercise, and music, particularly jazz and blues. He is a member of multiple worship teams at his church and plays on occasion for chapel at ATS.