Agape Certified Counselors
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Ken Wilson, Ph.D.
Counselor
Ken Wilson has been a minister and family counselor for over 30 years. He earned his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Bethany Theological Seminary and Ph.D. from Cornerstone University in Clinical Pastoral Counseling. He is a Licensed Pastoral Counselor and a Board Certified Clinical Supervisor with The National Christian Counselors Association, and a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
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Don Mellor, M.S.
Counselor
Don Mellor is a retired Colonel from the Army Medical Service Corps. He earned a Master of Science Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University with an emphasis in Health Services. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Abilene Christian University with a major in Psychology and a minor in Bible. He has taught at the Army Medical Department Center. Don is a Certified Christian Counselor with ACC and a Certified Temperament Counselor with The National Christian Counselors Association. Don is Vice President of ACC and works out of the Tacoma office. Don is also a Certified Counselor with the State of Washington.
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Paris Rogers, B.A.,M.A.
Counselor
Paris is a Certified Counselor with the State of Washingon and has received certification in Christian Counseling with Agape Counseling Center in Family and Marriage Counseling. She is also a Certified Temperament Counselor and Clinical Member with the National Christian Counselors Association, member of the Washington Professional Counselors Association, and Sarasota Academy. Paris has a Associate of Arts degree in psychology, Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Washington, and is finishing her substance abuse treatment and domestic violence certification, while working on her Master’s Degree with Cornerstone University. Paris has experience dealing with children, blended families, individuals, and marriage, focusing on problem solving skills, communication, and how to set proper boundaries. She also has experience in working with depression. She works out of the Puyallup office of Agape Counseling Center.
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Ellis McDaniel, B.A.
Counselor
Ellis McDaniel was certified as a Chemical Dependency Counselor in 1997, and has continued working in the field of Chemical Dependency Treatment for over 13 years, working with both youth and adults. He has worked in a supervisory role in both state funded and private sector programs dealing with substance abuse, recovery, crisis intervention, and co-occuring disorders. Ellis has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Evergreen State College, Alcohol and Drug Certification with Pierce College, and has various training from state accredited courses in Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Ellis is an Ordained Minister and has provided pastoral counseling for congregations in the Puget Sound area. Ellis serves as the Director of the Challenge Learning Program at the Rescue Mission, where he provides biblical counseling to men in recovery and academic guidance. Ellis works out of our Puyallup office.

 Agape, pronounced "a-ga-pe", is the Greek word for "unconditional love".