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Centerstone’s Jodie Robison Joins American Counseling Association’s 2019-2020 Research and Knowledge Committee

Dr. Jodie Robison, Executive Director of Centerstone’s Military Services, has been selected to the 2019-2020 Research and Knowledge Committee of the American Counseling Association (ACA).

Robison first joined Centerstone in 2007 as a behavioral health worker in Pediatric Integrated Care before establishing her own private behavioral health practice in 2012. Before she became executive director of Centerstone’s Military Services, she served as the lead clinician for Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone and as director of clinical services for Centerstone’s Military Services.

Active in the military community, Robison is a military spouse and parent and has collaborated with numerous military-related organizations throughout her professional career.

According to its website (counseling.org), the ACA’s mission is to promote the professional development of counselors, advocate for the profession and ensure ethical, culturally inclusive practices that protect those using counseling services. The Research and Knowledge Committee is responsible for the promoting the advancement and dissemination of research and knowledge in counseling.

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