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Clinical Counselor I
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Dwayne Robinson brings a wealth of experience, totaling 17 years, in supporting individuals struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues. He acknowledges the profound impact of these challenges, recognizing the emergence of complex pathological conditions and interpersonal relationship difficulties among affected individuals. Dwayne holds a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a bachelor's degree in psychology, and is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Educator Level II.

Throughout his extensive career, Dwayne has witnessed numerous individuals striving to rebuild relationships, rediscover their sense of self, and realize their full potential. Currently engaged in the treatment process at a mental health hospital, he closely observes adolescents who yearn to be heard, supported, and valued amidst their struggles.

Dwayne is dedicated to providing a safe and supportive environment where individuals can explore their challenges and aspirations. He instills hope and encouragement, believing firmly in every person's innate potential for greatness. Employing a diverse range of therapeutic modalities such as CBT, DBT, and Solution-Focused Therapy, Dwayne guides patients through cognitive processing, empowering them to overcome obstacles and embrace positive change.

Central to Dwayne's philosophy is the belief that adversity can shape and transform individuals, leading them to realize their inherent greatness. He firmly believes that every individual possesses the capacity for growth and resilience, regardless of their current struggles. Through his unwavering support and guidance, Dwayne strives to help individuals navigate through difficult times, ultimately emerging as their best selves—the embodiment of greatness.

"Everyone is destined for greatness, and in reaching that point; an individual may experience hard times, but at the end of it all, it shapes a new person, THE GREATYOU!"

- Dwayne Robinson

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