JULIET ROBINSON, MS,RMHCI,BC-TMH,CAP
Welcome! As a Servant Leader my first call of duty is to serve. I am Juliet Robinson the founder and owner of Place of Grace, LLC. A dedicated and empathetic clinician with the greatest passion of bringing healing to people who have been through traumatic and or stressful experience. As a practicing clinician, together with clients I will help them to find hope, wholeness, wellness, freedom and empowerment as they improve their relationship with themselves, families and peers. My goal is to help my client, who include adolescence, adult and families finding a healthy balance life style. Through this we will heal, recover and grow together, as no one should be defined by their past, but rather be refined by who they aspire to become.
With years of experience in the field of addiction and mental illness, I have worked with adolescents and adults In-patient, Outpatient and Residential settings. My servant leadership qualities and discipline of simplicity, meditation and prayer my mission is to assist in your healing, recovering and growth journey. With dedication I will assist you in walking through and around obstacles of life. I know that no single approach is the right one for every individual and so my aim is to use evidence-based and or researched based-therapy as tools to build self-esteem, self-love, self-care, self worth, and healing from the scars of life. This will be done in a safe and empathetic space.
Listening is key and feeling unheard is frustrating, and this is why I am committed to providing you with the highest quality of service, as I believe that fostering care and creating therapeutic relationship is the medium through which emotional, psychological and spiritual growth takes place. Human mind is the most powerful entity of the body, thus all living species are built with series of thoughts, just like the thought of putting a puzzle together. Every attempt to match pieces of puzzles together requires clear, accurate and precise thought.. It is said that, “ Lifting your eyes from the things of this world is an activity that must begin where you are.” My focus is resolving trauma and past negative experiences, emotional regulation and emotional wellbeing, enriching interpersonal skills, and establishing positive behavioral modifications.
As our country and the world fights the pandemic of COVID-19, we remain to the safety and wellbeing of ourselves, families and the communities. Thus a new approach called Telehealth is formed. Telehealth, an online video counseling is used to deliver personal secure session through mobile phones or computer, reaching you anytime and anywhere given you the opportunity to create a masterpiece of your life.
My educational background includes MS in Behavioral studies/Counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University. I have a BA in Business and health Service Administration from Keiser Univeristy in West Palm Beach. I am Board certified Telemental Health Provider as well as Board certified Addiction professional. I am also a trained level 1 & 2 EMDR clinician.
I am a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (License # IMH 15516), currently following the state of Florida requirements to obtain full licensure by working under a supervisor. My Supervisor is Barton J. Bott LMHC/NCC/ICGC-11 (license number MH6275).
I am EMDRIA approved trained EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) therapist. EMDR is a research based-therapy and will be integrated in my clinical therapeutic practice.
EMDR is particularly effective in the treatment of victims of accidents and crimes, emotional, physical and sexual abuse, PTSD, loss, performance anxiety and anxiety/panic. It is also becoming an increasingly known techniques for people who struggles with eating disorders, history of cutting issues, as well as substance abuse disorders. Whether trauma experience is from a single incident or something to which someone is exposed to over a long period of time, EMDR can provide quick and lasting relief.
I continue to enhance my knowledge through training and experience, in order to apply effective therapeutic interventions and provide the best possible outcome for each individual.
- American Counseling Association
- National Mental Health Association
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration