Jeremiah Hopes M.S., LPC, LCAS, CAADC
Jeremiah holds a Master of Science degree in Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is a professional counselor, keynote speaker, and trainer. His speaking topics include attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anger, addictions, diversity and innovative clinical approaches. He excels in designing and implementing creative methods for building rapport with youth considered at risk. He employs innovation combined with traditional theories and models in mental health and substance abuse treatment.
In 2005, he founded The Center of Hopes™ a counseling, speaking, and training organization committed to the prevention of juvenile delinquency. Jeremiah has learned that keeping young people off the path to delinquency is a collective effort. Therefore, he offers cutting-edge training to parents, professionals, and other partners who work directly or indirectly with youth.
Jeremiah has consulted with the award-winning GAP program as a trainer and counselor and has provided services to a variety of entities including: Gardner-Webb University, School Nurse Association of North Carolina, and the Virginia Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control Board, and the North Carolina Governors Crime Commission.