Cameron holds a Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont University. During his training Cameron worked in both private practice and hospital settings, helping clients with a broad spectrum of concerns and challenges.
Cameron’s integrative theoretical approach allows him to address a diverse caseload of teens, adults, and couples a variety of concerns such as, anxiety, depression, communication skills, conflict resolution, and stress management. Cameron’s willingness to draw from multiple theoretical perspectives is a reflection of his desire to help his clients recognize and foster their unique strengths. Cameron has worked with men in both individual and group settings, helping in the areas of individual and leadership development. A musician himself, Cameron appreciates the important role that music specifically, and creative self-expression in general, can play in developing and sustaining emotional health.
Cameron is currently under the supervision of Adam Glendye, LPC, CPCS.