Meet the Counselors
Jennifer P. Weldon, LCSW
is board certified as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); is also a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor (BPCCC).
She has spent over 25 years counseling youth, teens, families, adults, couples and groups. Jennifer obtained her B.A. in Psychology and Youth Ministry from Jamestown College, ND and a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Georgia, with specialized training in Eating Disorders, Grief Recovery, Adolescent Issues, and Marital Counseling. Jennifer is also trained in Theophostic Prayer Ministry and Stephen Ministry.
She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and American Association of Christian Counselors. Currently Jennifer is an Adjunct Professor at the St. John’s River Community College.
With her husband of 23 years, Dr. Jim Weldon and their three children (ages 19, 13, 11), they are the founding family who started Fleming Island Presbyterian Church.
Barbara Pope Musser, LMFT
is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) with over 30 years of experience in the mental health field. She has worked effectively with individuals, groups, married couples, family systems, and relationships within the context of the medical, legal, educational and church environments.
Since 1986, she has been a clinical member of the America Association of Marriage and Family Therapists; in 1993, she became a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist.
Barbara had a private practice in Orlando for 15 years specializing in marital relationships with Imago Relationship Therapy. She now is exclusively focused on providing Christian Counseling from a Christian world-view.
She is a professional member of the America Association of Christian Counselors and a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor (BCPCC). Previously a volunteer prayer minister with Christian Healing Ministries, she is now volunteering professional services to First Coast Women’s Services. Barbara is an ordained elder of Fleming Island Presbyterian Church. She continues to be an active board member of Sheep Shed Mentoring Ministry.
Sandy Currie, LMHC
is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LHMC) with 10 years experience working in a variety of settings including: hospital inpatient psychiatric unit, hospice social worker, domestic violence shelter, community mental health center, and private practice.
Sandy works with adults, couples, and families and specializes in issues such as relationships (dating, marriage, divorce, blended families) grief, self-esteem, abuse and trauma, chronic bipolar and depressive disorders, and life transition adjustments.
She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She has had training and experience in Stephen Ministries.
Sandy and her husband George have two grown children. Sandy graduated with her Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of Florida. Sandy and George attend St. John’s Presbyterian Church.
Bob McQueen, LMHC, MAC
is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples, adolescents and children.
Bob is is fully licensed by the State of Florida and has a national and state level certification in substance abuse. He was educated and obtained a Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of North Florida. Along with his mental health credentials, Bob has trained in intercessory prayer at Christian Healing Ministries and Theophostic Prayer Ministry.
He has been a Christian since 1973. Bob has been married for over 34 years and has three adult children. He and his wife attend SouthPoint Community Church-Jacksonville.
Lillie Switanek, MSW, Registered SW Intern
has over 15 years experience in a variety of settings: community mental health, probation and parole, diversion, youth ministry, school based counseling, adolescent residential and veteran’s services.
Lillie received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal justice at Florida Atlantic University with specialized training in Correctional counseling. Her Masters Degree in Social Work is from Florida State University.
Growing up as an “army brat” has given Lillie a unique perspective in dealing with childhood and adolescent issues, stressful transitions including loss, grief and separation from parents. She is a certified Parent Project Facilitator and trainer.
Lillie has trained in Christian Healing Ministry, serving as a prayer minister, Theophostic Prayer Ministry, and the Elijah House School of Prayer. Lillie is particularly interested in working with children, youth, families, veteran’s issues and groups.
Lillie and her husband of 25 years have children ages 22,20 and 13. The family attends Sacred Heart Catholic Church.