Minority Fellowship Program Mentors 
2018-2019 Program Year 

 

The MFP strengthened its Mentorship Program for broader and increased mentoring. Each Fellow is assigned an MFP Mentor as part of the program.  MFP Mentors are leaders in the field who volunteer their time to the MFP program. Mentors are paired with Fellows based on professional and scholarly interests, and provide, at a minimum, two hours (for the year) of consultation per Fellow on variety of professional development issues relevant to each individual Fellow.  Due to our programmatic growth and because the MFP Mentors and Fellows change yearly, we give each Mentor and Fellow a Guide for MFP Mentorship for our MFP Fellowship Programs.  The MFP Mentors will continue to respond to Fellow needs around professional development, networking, future job searches, etc. Fellows remain in the program until the duration of the year.




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MFP Mentorship Data

26 Mentors
104 hours (total) service
67 Fellows Impacted

MFP Mentor of the Year




Dr. Phil Greenwood is an AAMFT Clinical Fellow, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Licensed Professional Counselor who has been in part-time private practice in Lynchburg, VA, since 1988. Prior to his 2013 retirement from Centra in Lynchburg, he had worked as family therapist on the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry acute care unit at Virginia Baptist Hospital (a Centra facility) for 26 years. He has supervised a culturally diverse group of Residents in Marriage and Family Therapy and Residents in Professional Counseling for their respective licenses in Virginia,candidates for Certification by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, and internships and practicums for students from the doctoral program in Family and Child Development at Virginia Tech and Master’s programs in marriage and family therapy and counseling at Liberty University and Lynchburg College in addition to his clinical and programmatic duties. 

Areas of Expertise:
Private Practice/ private pay and insurance
Professional association leadership
Individuals in transition to adulthood (16-25)