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Dillon Smith, M.A. LPC Intern


Pre-Marriage, Marriage, Trauma in Children, Adolescents, and Individuals, Anxiety and Depression in Individual Men and Women 


I believe that one's relationship with God is one of the most important factors in proper functioning. Along the way, there are obstacles that may arise that interfere with one's proper functioning and how one relates to God. By being an example, my role as a counselor is to walk side by side with the client and to help them confront these obstacles and assist them in learning to overcome these obstacles


I began my counseling journey in 2019 when I enrolled in a Master of Arts program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I lost both my parents to cancer within 10 months of each other when I was 15. After spending years struggling in my faith walk with my identity and what I felt God was calling me to do, I finally accepted that God was perhaps using the pain of my teenage years to place me in a position to be a guiding light for others going through similar struggles. I will graduate with my MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in December 2021



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