Bangor Counseling Center
Daniel A Briggs, PhD founded Bangor Counseling Center
(BCC) in the year 2000 in his home at
532 Union Street, Bangor, Maine as a private
practice. In the year of 2001 he placed BCC
under New Life
Mission as a d/b/a but
did not incorporate BCC until 2006.
The public record reflects this, but a deeper
research is required rather than a cursory glance.
because Attorney Brown
purposely convoluted the public record (changed it
unethically) due to the "falling out" between the
Olivers', the Lyons'
and Dr. Briggs
in 2006. Although the 2005/2006 hostile board takeover and
separation was against IRS regulations, Dr. Briggs
settled the matter out of
"take down" one of his great life's work. The
details of how the "fallout" started was over a
misunderstanding on the Board's part who
listen to facts
that would have set the record straight. Detailed
State (et al) documents are available upon request. BCC
was a member of
2006. After BCC outgrew its 532 Union Street
facility, Dr. Briggs relocated BCC to the historic
downtown at 202 Exchange Street in Bangor, Maine.
New Life Mission was founded by
Diane Murray (Briggs) in 1990.
Daniel A Briggs, PhD was on NLM's first board and
became its second president, CEO
and Chairman of the Board. He remained the chairman
of the board until he became NLM's first
compensated President and CEO in 2001.
Daniel A Briggs, PhD also founded:
Apostolic School of the Prophets
Apostolic Church of Biddeford
Apostolic Pentecostal Church Directory
World Christian Ministries
Dr. Briggs' Dissertation
World Christian Ministries Association (WCMA), United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI), Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ (ALJC), Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ (COOLJC), et. al, can all benefit from this specialized professional psychological training institute. Graduating students receive one of three certifications and can transfer their courses to
Apostolic School of the Prophets.
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