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Dr. Donna Potter, PhD

Founder & Director of Counseling





576 Dick Rd.

Depew, NY 14043

A Bit About Me

I’m the Founder and Director of Counseling at IHNO. A Biblical Counselor whose walk has been tested by conflict—from personal to corporate issues, in both worldly and Christian venues. I’ve been fruitfully ministering to others since 1999.  My strength lies in applying Christian values to life’s challenges and my motto is “Conflict = Growth”.

As an accomplished author and keynote speaker, I’ve cultivated the trust and credentials that time and testing have brought. I’ve collaborated closely with Christian ministries in the WNY area to host evangelical and transformational events. One of my vocations is to build and re-build marriages. I feel that helping relationships transform is a gift and a blessing. I’m happy to counsel in-person or through video services with clients across the country; currently, I have clients in Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Georgia!

I’m a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and sit on the board of Addiction Conquerors, a local recovery outreach program. As well as a WNY business alumnus of Bryant & Stratton, with adjunct courses through Canisius College. I also received my Ph.D. from Freelandia Bible College and Seminary in Broadway, VA.

On a personal note, I love jazz, horses, and the Americana countryside of New England and I’m currently working on releasing my first book entitled Conflict = Growth. This book is a must-read if you are facing conflict. It will give insight into the challenges of who you are and guide you to the person you can be.

Conflict is the ultimate stimulator to cultivate growth!

We are all given amounts of conflict in our lives. It challenges us in varying degrees of difficulty. Grabbing those opportunities and applying wisdom demonstrates our love for God. With every conflict comes a chance for growth. Are you ready to grow?

Help me get to know you and complete the form below or call IHNO at (716) 464-3681 to request an appointment.

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