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Dr. Henry Mohn serves as the Director of INWIA Counseling and Training Center. He holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Colorado Theological Seminary, a Masters Degree of Education from American InterContinental University, a B.A. in Elementary Education and a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Trinity Bible College. He received his Christian Workers papers in 1981, became a Licensed Minister in 1983, and was Ordained as a Minister of the Gospel in 1987.

Dr. Mohn is a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor - Advanced Certification with the National Christian Counselors Association, an Ordained Minister of the Gospel with the National Conservative Christian Church, a Board Certified Clinical Supervisor with the National Board of Christian Clinical Therapists, and is an instructor for and a member of The Sarasota Academy of Christian Counselors. He holds board certifications in Integrated Marriage and Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Therapy, Substance Abuse and Addiction Therapy, and is a Certified Temperament Therapist.

Since 1982 Dr. Mohn has served as a Staff Pastor in several churches ranging in size from about 250 to 5000 attendees and as a Senior Pastor in two churches. In 2005 he resigned from his last church staff position at a large church in California so that he and his wife could return to Wisconsin. They had previously adopted three children through the State of Wisconsin. Since returning to Wisconsin they have adopted five more children.

Dr. Mohn works with a variety of issues including marriage, pre-marriage, family issues, blended families, ministry burnout, depression, anger, fear, panic and most other mental, emotional, and spiritual issues. He specializes in parent/child conflict and helping foster parents and adoptive parents understand the unique needs of foster and adopted children. Dr. Mohn has taught general sessions on this topic, as well as other topics, at the National Christian Counselors Association annual conferences.

Dr. Mohn has served on the Special Needs Adoption Administrative Review Board for the Eastern Region of the State of Wisconsin and on the Child Protective Services Administrative Review Board for Winnebago County, Wisconsin. He and his wife passionately promote adoption and regularly meet with individuals and groups of potential foster and adoptive parents.

In addition, Dr. Mohn has conducted marriage workshops at Lake Tahoe, California and Washington, D.C. He has also traveled to Russia five times to work with children in orphanages, schools, hospitals, and churches and led a missions team to Jamaica to conduct a VBS for a local church and work with children in an orphanage. He has taught workshops to Russian pastors and children's workers on how to effectively minister to children. He has also taught workshops for the National Christian Counselors Association annual conferences.

Dr. Mohn and his wife, Susan, were married in 1981. They have five girls and five boys ranging in age from 16 to 38 years of age, two by birth and eight by adoption, as well as two sons-in-law and a daughter-in-law. They also enjoy spending time with their 5 grandsons and 6 granddaughters.