domestic violence and even homelessness. Regina’s life is one that celebrates the healing, hope, restoration, refreshment and renewal she receives from Jesus Christ and out of humble gratitude gives credit to her Heavenly Father for turning this ministry vision into a reality.

After attending Liberty University for an undergraduate degree in Christian Counseling and Psychology, she pursued and finished a dual BA in Pastoral Counseling and Masters in Ministry, then completing her Doctorate at Eastern MO Bible and Graduate School.  She has also been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Divinity for her work using apologetics, theology, and biblical exegesis in  proving Christianity and the soundness of biblical truths as the only possible statistically rational truth leading hundreds of intellectual peers and students to Christ using logistical sound arguments.  Dr. Baldwin is also an ordained pastor for 10 years, a Certified Professional Life Coach, with over 10 specialty counseling certifications (see services) awaiting National Board Certification from the AACC.

As a sought out international speaker, advocate and consultant, her solution focused modalities along with her solid foundation based on the Word of God provides for a well rounded spiritual & emotional approach for empowering her clients and those suffering to overcome any obstacle  and past/present trauma.  She is a member in good standing with many professional associations, a seasoned researcher, blogger & writer looking forward to her first book publication.


Founder/President:  Dr. Regina Marie Baldwin, BA. M.Min. D. Min., CPLC., CPBC
Biblical Family Intervention Ministries is a culmination of the work, education, life experience, and passion for the hurting, lost, & forgotten that Dr. Regina Baldwin has purposed to reach since becoming a Christian 30 years go.  She brings the life experience of single teenage motherhood, triumphing over a difficult childhood, failed marriages, parental alienation, addiction, clinical depression, 

Vice President:  Dr. Mary Jo Schneller, Ph.D., C.. Psy. D., LCPC

Dr. Mary Jo Schneller is the Founder and Director of South County Christian Counseling.  She has a Master's of Arts degree in Clinical Christian Counseling, and has earned two Doctorate’s in Christian Psychology from Pillsbury College and Seminary, St. Louis, MO. We are so blessed and excited to have her experience and wisdom with us as she joins the Board.  Dr. Mary Jo Schneller walks out her faith in Christ daily and is truly a Christ-Centered testimony of a life built of Him.

In 1992 she started her own private counseling practice and continues until this day.  Her office are located in South County St. Louis MO.  Dr. Schneller has written a training manual on “How to Develop a Lay Counseling Ministry in your Church”, and a training manual for deliverance and inner healing. She is also the author of “Healing Addictions, a Journey To Wholeness,” that helps people suffering with Addictions. 

Dr. Schneller acted as a regional director for National Information Network, in the states of Missouri and Illinois, providing training to law enforcement and public service groups on cult, occult, and deviant groups. She has been involved in research and intervention for over twenty years in the area of occult, cult involvement nationwide. Her approach to therapy combines Biblical principles with proven therapeutic techniques.
Dr. Schneller is currently in the process of developing The St. Louis Peniel Drug and Alcohol Residential treatment program.

Dr. Schneller is also a long time member of the National Christian Counselors Association, American Association of Christian Counselors, and the Society of Christian Psychology.  She has had extensive training in Trauma Reduction and is a certified level I Trauma Specialist.Picture and summary posting soon.  We are excited to announce the accomplished Dr. Mary Jo Schneller from St. Louis, MO, who is the founder and long time president of South County Christian Counseling.

Secretary/Treasurer Ms. Susan Sweet..Policy Analyst for White House, DC

Susan has spent the last half of a thirty-year career working in Washington, D.C., as a Policy Adviser, applying the knowledge gained during fifteen years in banking to major fiscal, financial, and economic issues facing the U.S. At the same time, while living a busy life and raising two daughters, she learned that God is always there in love and support, celebrating when she is reaching for the clouds at a mountaintop and holding her up when she is stumbling alone in the darkest valleys.

Susan believes that a strong foundation for life based in study and reflection, along with an openness to renewal, is necessary preparation to be transformed into God’s best for this world as well as for eternity. She earned a B.A. from the University of Chicago and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia. She is a life-long Christian seeking to grow into a disciple of Christ, who makes a positive impact on the lives she touches.

As a newly formed nonprofit whose mission is to provide advocacy, comprehensive services, training and awareness in many serious social issues facing both the Faith based congregations and communities nationally & globally alike. Susan’s skills including negotiation and advocacy, knowledge of data interpretation, leading and collaborating with diverse committees and subcommittees, conflict resolution and data analytics prove invaluable to Christian Mental Health & Family Hope Ministries.  She has proven talent for analyzing problems, developing and simplifying procedures, finding innovative solutions, leading and collaborating with individuals from diverse cultures along with being a seasoned writer, researcher and editor.

 Her professional, personal, traditional and non-compromising Christian values with her love both in action and in word for Jesus Christ is evident to all who know her.  Her compassionate, sensitive and loving nature is balanced with strong convictions to help those hurting and less fortunate.  Christian Mental Health & Family Hope Ministries is truly blessed to have her join us as a Board Member in the capacity of Secretary/Treasurer.

Executive Board Member:   Mr. Robert Reiskamp

Mr. Bob Reiskamp joins the Board of Directors for Christian Mental Health & Family Hope Ministries also D/B/A Christian Counseling Corner as Program & Fundraising Director.  Bob retired from a corporate career after holding a position of Assistant Comptroller at Exchange National Bank in Jefferson City to go onto owning a several businesses including a Dairy Queen and Antique Store.  He graduated high school from the Missouri Military Academy and attended Wentworth Military Academy where he was a member of the Honor Guard and received his Water Safety Instructor Certificate.  Mr. Riesman also received a Diploma in Higher Accounting and Business Administration from Capital Business College where he was president of the student council and Charter President of Phi-Ro-Zeta Fraternity.  He is also winner of three pencil awards n 1968 from Dale Carnegie Course.

His community organizational involvements exceed that of most including Jefferson City Jaycees, Past President and State Chairman, Board Member for the American Red Cross, Charter Treasurer for Kiwanis Club, Jefferson City/Cole County Chairman for the March of Dimes, Board Member and Finance Committee for United Community Fund, Past President for Inter-county Banker Association and Past President of Jefferson City/Lake Ozark Chapter MO Restaurant Association.  He has received Outstanding Chairman Awards too numerous to mention.

Bob Reiskeamp always believed in God and was active in church his whole life but until later in life didn’t he have a personal relationship with Christ as His Lord and Savior.  That didn’t stop God from revealing His presence to Bob in what many would have thought were totally hopeless situations such as in 1963 when Bob broke his back in tow in an auto accident and was told he would never walk again and most likely be paralyzed.  By the Grace and Mercy of God he was walking out of the hospital in 3 months and  up on water ski’s 6 months later.  On a hot July day in 1999, Bob Reiskamp went into the hospital for what he thought was a routine concerned checkup, having a triple bypass operation the next day.  This brought him to a homeless shelter where he lived for a year where he met Dr. Robert Wayne Cooper (Medical Missions for Christ) whom he told at the time he would never go back to church due to a bad experience.  A few weeks later, Bob went with Dr. Cooper to church and accepted for the first time a personal relationship with Christ.  He hasn’t looked back ever since.  We are honored to have Bob on our Board for his passion for the broken, hurting, hopeless, homeless, and victims is surpassed by few.  A regular member of Osage Hills Christian Church in Osage Beach, MO, his love for Christ is evident in all he does.