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MA, BCC, LPCC, PSC(SSP), U.P.
- MVP (2011,2013)
- Buck Buchanan Award Nominee (2011-2012)
- 2x Division I-All Conference & All-American (2011- 2012)
- Humanitarian of The Year Award(2011)
- SAC (Student Advisory Council) UNC (2011-2013)
- ECOC Board Member and Summit Presenter (2016-2017)
- NBCC/ACMFP (2020-2021); NAADAC, CCA, ASCA membership (2020-Present)
Born in Southeast Colorado Springs, Colorado, Clarence earned a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Human Services from the University of Northern Colorado. Also holds a certification in QPR Instruction, professional school counseling, and is registered as an active unlicensed psychotherapist.
In 2021 Clarence completed his Master of Arts degree from Colorado Christian’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate program. In January of 2020 Clarence was selected for a fellowship by the NBCC(National Board of Certified Counselors) and NAADAC(National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselor) as a Minority Addictions Counselor Fellow. Clarence is currently employed at “A Sound Mind Psychiatry” serving in the role clinical psychotherapist.
Clarence is also working to establish a collective group of professionals in conjunction with other local organization to serve and promote Mental Health Awareness in under-served and minority populations. Through ethical evidence-based practices, cultural competence & humility, and by providing low to no cost Mental Health service to the Southeast and greater Pikes Peak Region.
Your human capacity is limitless when you are empowered to be in control of your life. At the Therapist of Color Collaborative, you will be partnered with a professional to give you the encouragement you need to unlock your healing process and begin your journey.
All of your work in therapy is grounded in an approach centered around your person and is focused on moving you beyond what has held you back.
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