Monica L. Robinson, LCMHC
My name is Monica L. Robinson I studied Psychology at High Point University and graduated Cum Laude in May 2005 with my Bachelor of Science. I received a master’s degree in counseling from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in December 2010.
I have been a professional counselor since 2010. I have successfully met the professional counseling standards established by Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor #00114384). I have been a fully Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor formerly a Licensed Professional Counselor #9208 certified by the North Carolina Board of LCMHC formerly License Professional Counselor since December 2014. I have over 13 years of counseling experience.
Counseling is the provision of assistance and guidance in resolving personal, social, or psychological problems and difficulties that we work together to identify and work during our sessions. My approach to counseling involves helping you to identify strengths within yourself and develop self-awareness.
My therapeutic approach is eclectic typically blending “Adlerian Therapy” developed by Alfred Adler, “Cognitive Therapy” developed by Aaron Beck, “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy” developed by Albert Ellis, “Motivational Interviewing” developed by William Miller & Stephen Rollnick, and “Reality Therapy” developed by William Glasser. I also may use some expressive arts techniques such as writing, clay, music, or art during our sessions. These therapies are well established, researched, and respected within the profession.
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