ABOUT THE CLINICAL DIRECTOR
Dr. Dominique L. Wilson, LPCC-S, MAC-Clinical Director & Behavioral Health/ Substance Abuse Clinician
Hi, are you feeling overwhelmed, tired, and drained with your current life? Do you desire to live a life that is more fulfilling, but just don't know how to take the steps needed to improve things? Are you surviving life, but not fully experiencing the joys that come with a rewarding life? Well, it is time to take control of your life, your circumstances, your emotions...it is time feel happy!!
You can expect to be treated with respect and great care while receiving treatment services during our therapeutic partnership. I believe that as a therapist it is my job to assist my clients with identifying and applying solutions to various obstacles in life that can result in elevated level of emotional stress, i.e.. work, family, major life transitions. My goal in providing counseling services is to establish a working alliance with my clients to assist with their development of a life-coping tool box that will provide them a more healthy emotional/mental balance in their lives.
I have expertise in providing treatment services for various emotional/behavioral health and substance abuse concerns using CBT model of treatment for the past 12 years. Cognitive-Behavioral treatment leads to success in therapy by identifying and changing negative thoughts, beliefs, and/or situations that could be resulting in negative consequences in your life.
I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC-S), a state-certified supervisor for Licensed Professional Counselor Associates, an Adjunct Professor at Lindsey Wilson College's School of Professional Counseling, a Masters Addiction Counselor (MAC), and a state-certified substance abuse Clinical Services Supervisor, Assessor, and DUI-Instructor. I also a certified Juvenile Sex Offending Certified Counselor and earned the certification in 2014. She was selected by NAMI as the 2019 Keynote Speaker for the Kentucky Conference held in Lexington, Kentucky.
I earned my Ph.D. in Counseling Leadership Education and Supervision from University of Cumberlands in 2018 and I am member of the UCumberland's Student Advisory Committee. I am a active member of the Kentucky Association of Mental Health Professionals, the Kentucky Counseling Association, and the American Counseling Association. In 2019, I was selected by NAMI as the Keynote Speaker for their 2019 NAMI Kentucky Conference.