Dr. Peter Newhouse, CEO
Dr. Peter Newhouse is the CEO of Winning At Home, overseeing all aspects of the organization’s operations including marketing, facilities, technology, and donor relations. Additionally, he founded and helps lead the Winning At Home Counseling and Coaching centers which have grown to over 25 professionals in three locations (Holland, Zeeland and Tampa Bay) offering services for children, adolescents and adults.
He also developed the Winning At Home Corporate Counseling Program, giving him and other clinical staff the opportunity to be on site at several businesses throughout West Michigan. Through this program, he offers employee and management training, leadership development and counseling services. These relationships allow organizations to work within their core areas of competency while allowing counselors or coaches to journey alongside them and their employees. Dr. Newhouse brings a unique perspective to the business world through his background in working in both nonprofit and for-profit settings. His desire is to see leaders equipped and employee potential maximized, so they have a greater impact on their world.
Dr. Newhouse is the author of two books, Winning the Battle Over Abuse and Prescriptions for Healthy Relationships, and the co-author of The Necessary Nine: How to Stay Happily Married for Life! and One Minute Devotions (a series of four books) for couples.
He lectures and speaks in a variety of settings, including colleges, churches, mission conferences, the American Association of Christian Counselors World Conference and local businesses. His passion to support the work of missionaries and pastors has led him to serve as a consultant for Global Partners, a mission organization.
Peter has been married to his wife, Shawn Maree, for nearly 30 years. They live along the lakeshore in West Michigan and enjoy boating and many other outdoor activities as well learning and traveling together. They enjoy being a part of their adult children’s lives as they journey through each stage.