Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adult (Ages 18 - 64)
Dominique received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a Concentration in Social Welfare from Winston-Salem State University and Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from South University. He is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and has obtained his full licensure with the State of North Carolina.
Dominique’s Master level internships provided him with experience in group settings working with numerous amounts of clients that was either court ordered or recommended by Correctional board to attend counseling upon release from the prison system. Postgraduate clinical experience includes providing enhanced services as an Intensive In-Home counselor, A certified Family Center Treatment clinician, and time working in a methadone clinic providing psychoeducation to best assist patients in between visits. Dominique’s full experience includes counseling adolescence, families, sex offender population, clients in the correctional system, Substance use, and Supervising staff who works with mental health population in the community.
Dominique approaches all counseling relationships with an open mind as he attempts to understand individual needs, use that information to generate goals for systemic change and provide skills to clients to use after the counseling relationship has ended. He utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques/interventions/coping skills as he has been trained in Motivational Interviewing, ASAM training, DLA-20 training, and working with collaterals in the community.
In his spare time, Dominique enjoys watching/attending sports events and riding his motorcycle across the state of North Carolina.