Kevin Hull


Faculty PhotoKevin B. Hull, Ph.D. is a licensed counselor in the state of Florida. Kevin was born in Rochester, New York and moved to Florida with his parents who began working for Children’s Bible Mission in Lakeland, Florida when Kevin was nine. Later, Kevin’s parents worked as directors of Lighthouse Ministries, a homeless shelter in Lakeland that offers spiritually-based rehabilitation and teaches life skills to homeless men and women. Through watching his parents serve others through their work, Kevin became interested in finding a career where he could help others and make a positive difference in their lives. After graduating from high school, Kevin began working at the Florida Baptist Children’s Home in Lakeland, Florida and soon found his passion for counseling young children and teens who were struggling. The rest, as they say is history. After completing his undergraduate training in psychology at the University of South Florida, Kevin completed his Master’s degree and Professional Counseling at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Kevin worked for several years in community mental health centers around the Lakeland area with children, families, and adults in several different settings. He joined the private practice of Linda Compton, P.A. in 2000 after becoming licensed and began working with children, adolescents, families, couples, and individual adults in the private practice arena. Kevin became owner of Hull and Associates, P.A. in 2007 and specializes in trauma work with children and adolescents, as well as working with children, adolescents, and adults diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and high functioning autism. Kevin was a an adjunct professor for Webster University’s Master’s of Counseling Lakeland Campus for eight years and currently teaches for Liberty University’s Online Master’s program.
Kevin enjoys biking, golf, reading, playing the piano, writing, growing bonsai trees, watching sports, eating Cheeseburgers, playing basketball, playing with his kids, going on long walks with his wife Wendy, and taking care of his African cichlids and Buddie, the Quaker Parrot.

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