Brandon Robinson, LCMHC, LCAS, CCS, is the Outpatient Director of Green Hill. He provides clinical and administrative supervision for all aspects, clinical and non-clinical, of the program. Brandon focuses on developing curriculum for clients and a robust training program for the interdisciplinary teams at Green Hill. Additionally, Brandon provides individual, family, and group therapy.
Brandon is originally from Detroit, Michigan, and received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Western Michigan University. He then went on to earn a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Studies from East Carolina University. Brandon has been in the clinical field since 2001 and has provided clinical supervision for outpatient programs for the past ten years. Prior to joining Green Hill, Brandon served as the clinical director of a community based mental health program in Raleigh, where he provided clinical leadership to Wake County’s nationally recognized Drug Treatment Court program. He participated on local panels concerning opioid overdose prevention, which addressed syringe exchange and naloxone distribution programs. Brandon has also provided clinical supervision for aspiring Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialists and Clinical Supervisor Interns. Additionally, Brandon has served as an associate professor for master’s level courses at Drexel University.
Brandon is passionate about inspiring and improving the lives of young males and their families. He works to educate young men on the concept of fellowship and helps to integrate them into the broader community. Brandon has specialized in a variety of fields and now focuses specifically on recovery and mentorship of young males experiencing behavioral and substance abuse problems. He pushes to utilize cultural competency to equally treat all people who suffer from addiction and the related consequences.
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In his free time, Brandon enjoys playing golf and working on home improvement projects. When he’s not at work, you’ll find Brandon hanging out with family, watching movies, or spending time outdoors.