Meet our Dedicated Staff and
our Team of Compassionate Counselors

our team

Clinical Supervisor and Counselor

— Paul Rabideau, MA, LPC, ACS

Paul received a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling with honors from Alliance Graduate School of Counseling at Nyack College and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Fairfield University. He is licensed by the state of New Jersey as a Licensed Professional Counselor (Lic. #37PC00508200) and is certified as an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS2794). Paul serves as clinical supervisor for the center’s counselors and counselor interns, as well as supervisor for counseling research. His approach to counseling is eclectic and integrative, as he draws upon multiple clinical approaches and biblical truths. Paul believes that an individual’s needs and motivation for change are unique, and therefore aims to adjust to each client’s style and preference utilizing multiple counseling tools. Additionally, he feels called to help others and seeks opportunities beyond his practice in individual, family, and group counseling to use his training and experience in missionary and pastoral settings as both a counselor and a conference speaker. Prior to entering the field of counseling, Paul enjoyed a career in Marketing Analytics for healthcare for over 20 years and holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Economics. He is an Elder at Cedarcroft Bible Chapel in South Plainfield and helps lead the church through a team-oriented approach.


— Nelly Leenman, MA, LPC

Nelly completed a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling at Liberty University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Vocational University Ede, the Netherlands. She is licensed in the state of New Jersey as a Licensed Professional Counselor (Lic. # 37PC00822700). Nelly serves as the primary staff counselor for the MSM Life Change Program and has over seven years of experience integrating a variety of therapeutic approaches to help clients deal with mental health issues, including but not limited to addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, and adjustment difficulties. She has global experience in a wide variety of health care settings. Nelly enjoys hiking, reading, writing, traveling and textile art.


— Keith Floyd, MA, LAC

Keith received a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Messiah University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Counseling from Pillar College. He received the Psychology and Counseling department award and the Delta Epsilon Chi award for recognition of Christian leadership, Christian character, and academic achievement. Keith is a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC #37AC00754600) and is supervised by Paul Rabideau (LPC #37PC00508200). Keith is currently pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC), as his counseling involves theological faithfulness and submission to the way God explains life. Keith carefully studies the Scriptures for counseling, as God through His revelation in the Old and New Testaments has provided His people with thorough guidance and instruction for faith and life (2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:3-4). Therefore, his counseling is based solely on Scriptural commands and principles. As an alumnus of our Life Change Program, Keith has experienced the depth and weight of the consequences sin has on lives, along with the freedom that can be found through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ. God has led Keith back to the Market Street Mission and He continues to sanctify him to help other men overcome the common struggles of the heart.

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