Scott Courey, MSW, LMSW, Director
Scott has had over 20 years of Christian counseling experience in the West Michigan area. At CU, Scott often meets with students experiencing a crisis or complicated struggle helping them find practical, Christ-centered solutions. Scott also provides training and oversight for The Well counseling staff while also building relationships with other departments on campus. Lastly, by building relationships within the larger professional counseling community, Scott is aware of resources outside of The Well and can direct students to options that may be better suited for their particular needs. Scott and his wife Lisa have six children, three of whom are currently in college.
Steve Coomes, MA, LLPC, Assistant Director
Steve earned a teaching degree from Grand Valley State University and a Master of Arts in Counseling degree from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. His areas of focus include sexual and childhood abuse, attachment and working with young adults. Steve lives in an intentional community in Grand Rapids, and enjoys playing soccer and watching college football.
Rachel Rose, Administrative Assistant
Rachel is likely the first person you will have contact with, as she is the one to welcome you to The Well when you arrive. She also manages or directs your requests, questions and concerns. She will assist you with scheduling an appointment and connecting you to a counselor with whom you are comfortable. Rachel’s education is focused on psychology and business through Liberty University. She and her husband Mark have four amazing kids, and she loves reading, Lake Michigan, interior/landscape design, and time with friends and family.
Spencer Behmlander, Counselor
Spencer graduated from Concordia University in Ann Arbor with a degree in Family Life. His passion for families led him into part-time ministry and full-time graduate studies at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Upon graduation he plans on continuing a counseling ministry in some capacity. He enjoys football, baseball and soccer.
Kyle Boase, Counselor
Kyle graduated from Taylor University (2009) with a major in psychology. His desire to serve young adults, as well as couples and families, led him to Grand Rapids Theological Seminary where he is earning his Master of Arts in Counseling. Kyle enjoys playing music, reading, traveling and watching sports.
Sarah Enck, Counselor
Sarah graduated from Taylor University with a degree in Christian Ministries and a double minor in Psychology and Youth Ministry. The desire and call to pursue ministry through counseling became apparent through various ministry and leadership experiences throughout college, and seven years working in youth ministry. Sarah is currently a student in the MA Counseling program at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary with specific interest in working with young women who struggle with identity, eating disorders and unhealthy relationships. Upon graduation she plans to incorporate her interest in ministry with her excitement for counseling to encourage and motivate young women. Sarah enjoys backpacking, biking and kayaking with her husband. She also enjoys baking scones and spending hours in a coffee shop.
Katie Kostal, Counselor
Katie is completing her Master of Arts in Counseling at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Katie was at Grand Valley for her undergraduate studies and teaches pre-school.
Anthony Adams, Wellness Intern
Anthony graduated from Grand Valley State University with a degree in Corporate Fitness and Wellness. Anthony is currently finishing up graduate studies at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary for his Master of Arts in Counseling.
Nancy Grabill, Wellness Intern
Nancy is a Calvin graduate (1988) in Music and Education. After teaching Vocal Music and Kindergarten Classroom, Nancy Home Educated her two daughters. After founding and operating a Horse Ministry for girls at risk, she realized more knowledge of counseling was necessary to help these girls heal and grow at a deeper level. She now has her Master of Arts in Counseling from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. She is focusing primarily on Creative Art Therapy at The Well and plans to someday begin a private practice incorporating Creative Arts and Animal Therapies.