Meet your counselor
Dan Jarboe (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the University Counselor here at OBU, where he has served the Ouachita community since the fall of 2008. Dan
& his wife, Kyle, have been married for 31 years, and have five children. The Jarboe
family lived in Moscow for over five years, serving as missionaries with the International
Mission Board. Dan is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He has extensive training
and experience in counseling married and engaged couples, working with students, trauma
psychology, abuse recovery, as well as grief and loss issues. Dan has worked in psychiatric
hospitals, day-treatment centers, private practice, and children’s homes, and spent
many years working in an area of forensic interviewing, child abuse assessment, and
the evaluation of children as crime witnesses. He has also worked elsewhere across
the U.S. and internationally providing crisis/trauma/critical incident debriefing
to NGO and NPO personnel involved in disaster relief, terrorism support, and through
direct counseling to survivors.
Dan is an avid toxophilite (archery enthusiast) and enjoys camping, hiking, bowhunting, guitar, and traveling with his family.
Sue W. Poole (email@example.com) is a Licensed Certified Social Worker in the state of Arkansas and offers her services
on the OBU campus as a private, independent mental health practitioner. With a Bachelor’s
Degree in Sociology from Louisiana College and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from
Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Sue is excited to offer additional counseling
services to the OBU community and brings over 30 years of experience as a mental health
professional. She has worked in a variety of agencies including mental health, family
counseling, adolescent treatment, health care facilities, and the church. She has
specialized training in family therapy and in the treatment of eating disorders. Sue
re-energizes herself through reading, cooking, music, nature, and travel. She is married
to Dr. Stan Poole and they have two daughters and sons-in-law.
Sue would be honored to use her training and skills to help you with problems related to depression, anxiety, anger, relationships, eating disorders, trauma, abuse, stress, or other areas that are causing you difficulty.
KaNeil Purifoy (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a graduate counseling intern from Henderson State University. He is currently
on course to obtain a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He graduated,
in May of 2016, with a bachelors degree in psychology as well as a minor in music
from Henderson State University. KaNeil has served clients with substance abuse and
addictions in his previous experience. KaNeil is honored to have the opportunity to
use his experience, training, and skills to help with any problems related to stress,
anger, depression, trauma, and any other areas that cause difficulty. We’re very
excited to have KaNeil serving on our team this fall.
Lynlee Russell (email@example.com) is a graduate counseling intern from Henderson State University. She is currently striving to earn a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health. Lynlee graduated from Henderson in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. She has worked as a hall director at Henderson for three years. Lynlee enjoys hiking, watching the sunset, being outdoors, traveling, and trying new foods and activities. She has experience working with children and college students. Lynlee is very excited and honored for the opportunity to use her training and skills to help our students with issues related to stress, depression, anxiety, and any other challenges you may be facing.
Sharon Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been a licensed counselor for over 20 years with the scope of her practice centered on working with children, adolescents, adults and their families. Her core competencies include issues such as attention deficits, traumatic events, depression, anxiety, abuse, relationships, and pre-marital counseling. Sharon holds a bachelor and master’s degree from the University of Arkansas in Human Development and Family Studies. She also holds an Educational Specialists degree in Psychology and Counseling from Arkansas State University. Additionally, she holds a specialty as a Counseling supervisor. In the past, Sharon has been a Clinic Coordinator, Children’s Day Treatment Program Coordinator, grant coordinator, and an early childhood liaison, Clinic and School based therapist. She has been married for almost 25 years and she and her husband have two teen-aged children. She has served on mission trips to Russia, Greece, Costa Rica, Poland, and Italy. She enjoys entertaining, cooking, sewing, and traveling.