When CMC Randolph closed it’s outpatient program in 2010, fifteen hundred children and adolescents were left without needed resources. I, personally, had a caseload of thirty clients that I did not want to leave stranded. This, combined with the sudden void of therapy services, led to the creation of L & B Counseling. The L & B stand for my children’s initials (Logan and Brayden), as they are the inspiration (along with my wife, family and friends) to maintain a healthy, balanced and meaningful life and to help others do the same.
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