Christopher Hunt serves as the Clinic Director for the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Hope for
The Warriors. In this role, he oversees all clinical, administrative and outreach operations.
Christopher holds a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University and a
bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Campbell University.


As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist,
Christopher has more than 13 years of experience in counseling individuals, families, couples, and
children in a variety of different settings from community mental health, military, and private practice.
Prior to joining the Cohen Clinic at Hope for The Warriors, Christopher served as a clinical supervisor for
the Family Advocacy Program at Camp Lejeune, NC. Christopher is a retired 20-year US Navy Hospital
Corpsman, where he served 17 years at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune and 6th Marines. Christopher was
also stationed at Naval Hospital San Diego and Camp Delta in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. While assigned to
1st Battalion 6th Marines, Christopher deployed to Garmsir, Afghanistan for 8 months in support of OEF
in 2008.


A native of Pembroke, North Carolina, Christopher has been married for 27 years to his wife, Kimberly.
They have two adult boys, Jared and Joel. Christopher loves spending time with family and friends.
Christopher and Kimberly’s sons are college athletes, and they spend a lot of time going to college
football games to watch them play. What resonates most with Christopher about the Cohen clinic is
there are no barriers to treatment. “As a veteran, we often continue to foster the mentality that we
must push through the difficult things and not show weakness, or we feel our family will suffer or not
respect us. The Cohen Clinic at Hope for The Warriors helps to reduce those stigmas and offers support
in all aspects to make life better for veterans, active duty, and their families.”