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Crystal Robinson, LCMHCS

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Hello, I'm Crystal Robinson, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor. My journey in mental health began with a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Winston Salem State University. In 2021, I established iMatter Counseling Services, PLLC, driven by my passion for supporting individuals through their mental health journeys.

 

With years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families, my focus lies on young adults and adults (18+) within the BIPOC community, particularly women.  As a therapist specializing in depression, anxiety, life transitions, stress management, self-esteem, and college/graduate issues, my goal is to create a safe space where BIPOC women can explore, heal, and envision their futures.

 

Taking the first step towards therapy can feel daunting, but it's a testament to your strength and courage. Seeking help doesn't signify weakness; it's an acknowledgment of your inner resilience and the acknowledgment that sometimes, we can't do it alone.

 

As your therapist, my primary goal is to cultivate an environment conducive to growth and positive change. Together, we'll devise a tailored treatment plan and approach, equipping you with the strategies needed for sustained growth both during and after therapy.

 

My mission is to help you overcome obstacles hindering your personal and relational growth, guiding you towards your fullest potential. Beyond my practice, I'm actively involved in community initiatives, volunteering with organizations supporting BIPOC women, teen parents, individuals experiencing homelessness, and advocating for mental health awareness.

 

Outside of my professional life, I cherish moments spent with my amazing son, family, and friends. I find joy in activities such as exercising, hiking, traveling, writing poetry, and exploring new experiences. Above all, I'm here to support and empower you on your journey towards healing, growth, and envisioning what's to come.

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