Charles Roberts




Charles is a Supervising Professional Clinical Counselor and SVP of Counseling for Mindfully. He obtained his Doctorate of Counselor Education and Master’s degree in counseling from the University of Cincinnati and his Bachelors’ degree from Wabash College.  He received his Addictions Certification in 2009, also from the University of Cincinnati. Charles has held positions in direct patient care in inpatient and residential settings at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and the Lindner Center of Hope. He also works as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Cincinnati, teaching in the Psychology, Addictions, and Human Services departments. He is licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor Supervisor (LPCC-S), Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor Clinical Supervisor (LICDC-CS) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Charles serves as the Clinical Director at Compass Point.

Charles presented his research to colleagues at the national conference for the American Counseling Association in the summer of 2008.  He is a member of the American Counseling Association, American Psychological Association and the National Board for Certified Counselors. Clinically, Charles has received extensive specialized training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy® (DBT).  As a dialectical behavioral therapist, Charles has developed the specialized skill of working with clients engaged in patterns of difficult and maladaptive behaviors such as chronic suicidal thinking and behavior, self-harm, eating disorders, or substance abuse.  He also demonstrates competence in addressing family conflict, teaching families to communicate more effectively and work toward harmony.  He has experience working with all ages, providing individual, family, couples and group therapy.  While his passion lies in Mindfulness and DBT, he incorporates other modalities into his approach to therapy offering his clients the opportunity to explore all aspects of their lives to develop a plan to achieve their life worth living.  Charles helps clients to focus on specific issues, meet their goals and change unwanted behavior in order to bring about peace of mind and happiness.

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AbuseTraumatic Brain Injury/Medical ConcernsTraumaSubstance Abuse/AddictionsStress ManagementSomatoform DisordersSelf-Harming/Suicidal ThoughtsSchool ProblemsReactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)PTSDPhobiasPersonality DisordersParenting Concerns/EducationPain ManagementOccupational ConcernsMood ConcernsMen's ConcernsLife ChangesGrief & BereavementFamily ConcernsEating DisordersDomestic ViolenceDissociative DisordersDBTCourt Ordered EvaluationCouples CounselingChristian CounselingBipolar DisorderBehavior Modification/ChangesAnxiety & DepressionAnger ManagementAddiction Recovery