Charles has devoted the last 20 years working the field of Behavioral Health. During this time, he earned his degree in clinical mental health counseling and is currently Doctorate Candidate in Health Care Administration (DHA). These accomplishments as well as extensive experience has expanded and enhanced his skills to provide measured based care to patients seeking to understand and improve their mental health.
Charles’ main approach to therapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); specializing in Trauma and Crisis. However, he is known to be eclectic in theoretical approaches depending on the needs of the patient. Charles utilized CBT approach to assist in developing behavioral goals to improve pre-existing mental illnesses, through understanding of thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Additional areas of focus: Addictions, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Eating disorders, Sleeping disorders, Parenting issues, Anger management, Self esteem, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder, Coping with life changes, ADHD, Antisocial Personality, Avoidant Personality, Blended Family Issues, Codependency, Commitment Issues, Dependent Personality, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD), Dissociation, Domestic Violence, Family Problems, Fatherhood Issues, Infidelity, Intellectual Disability, Military and Veterans Issues, Multicultural Concerns, Obsessions, Compulsions, and OCD, Paranoia, Personality Disorders, Prejudice and Discrimination, Self-Harm, Traumatic Brain Injury, Young Adult Issues
MD LPC LC10688
He listens and is productive. He challenges you to consider different reasons and outcomes and the value for them all. He gives great advice and remind you why your life really does have a purpose and you are deserving to life it. I hope whoever is reading this never gives up on themselves.
Written on Mar 23, 2023 after therapy with Charles for 3 weeks on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, trauma and abuse, grief, intimacy-related issues, sleeping disorders, self esteem, bipolar disorder, coping with life changes, coaching, compassion fatigue, and adhd