Kevin Hover, BCLC (Board Certified Life Coach)

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Insurance Accepted: Self-Pay

Email: khover@cstoneohio.org

Phone: 614-459-3003 ext 753

Kevin Hover is a Board-Certified Christian Life Coach (BCLC) who graduated from Light University. He received his board certification in Coaching through the American Association of Christian Counselors. Additionally, Kevin holds a B.S. in Business Administration (Finance) at The Ohio State University. He is also a published author of the book ‘Killing the Cultural Christian’.

Kevin is passionate about helping individuals discover what it means to live an abundant life and help them reach their true potential. His passion developed through his own personal journey of leaving an executive position in the corporate world to pursue a career with much greater meaning and influence.

Areas of focus:

  • Navigating life transition- Career, financial, stage of life, spiritual, etc.
  • Facilitating spiritual formation for churches, ministry leaders, and individuals
  • Coaching pre-marital and married couples
  • Helping individuals through divorce and single-parenthood
  • Achieving fitness and dietary goals

Kevin also specializes in strategy consulting for small businesses and ministerial consulting for faith-based non-profits.

Kevin’s professional experience includes 20+ years of leading large-scale global business transformations in the corporate world, which has given him proven ability to help both organizations and individuals achieve their goals. Kevin’s ministry experience includes leading small groups in church, leading in men’s ministry, serving in prison ministry, and volunteering for numerous church roles. This real-life experience provides him with the necessary skills to help people reach their goals in a way that ultimately glorifies God.

What’s the difference between a counselor and coach?

Counseling often looks to the past to frame issues and gain deeper understanding, while coaching tends to be solution oriented and goal driven, aiming the client to get where they want to be as quickly as possible.  A coaching relationship will focus on setting measurable and attainable goals along with creating a plan to meet the defined goals. Coaches do not diagnose, nor do they treat mental and emotional disorders. Should those need surfacing in the course of a coaching relationship, a referral is made for professional assessment. Because not illness is involved, Coaches do not bill insurances and tend to have fees which are comparable to those of counseling staff.

Kevin’s favorite activities include being a passionate Christ-follower, loving Husband, and spiritual leader for his family.  His hobbies include exercise/fitness, fishing, hunting, and spending time outdoors

“People behave based on what they believe, and not what they know. This is precisely why behavior modification and self-help practices are short-term solutions. When a person identifies and eliminates false beliefs, true transformation will occur. This process can be can be very challenging and complex. An effective coach will help an individual successfully navigate this journey.” – Kevin Hover