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Therapist

Ronald Sebreros, LCSW

Undergraduate Education:

BS in Psychology from Brigham Young University Idaho in 2007

Graduate Education:

Walla Walla University in 2011 with an emphasis in Psychotherapy and Human Behavior

Professional Licenses:

Clinical Social Worker

Clinical Training/Certifications:

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy in addressing PTSD, Moral Reconation Therapy, Drug and alcohol assessment (GAIN-I), and domestic violence issues

Counseling Services:

CBRS, Independent Living population as a counselor, veterans, and the disabled population, Substance Use Disorder, rehabilitation of the domestic violence population both victims and perpetrators, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, relapse prevention, DBT, MRT, CSC, CBISA, and within the SUD population

About Ronald:

Ronald Sebreros received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in psychology, with a cluster in health science and accounting in 2007. He then went on to earn his social work master’s degree from Walla Walla University in 2011. Ronald began working with the Mental Wellness Centers in 2009, developing clinical skills for helping with mental health and with the substance abuse disorder population. He has been working directly with the mental health disorder and substance use disorder population since 2009. He has been a licensed clinical social worker since October of 2014.

Ronald enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and children. He also facilitates family and couples psychotherapy. In 2018, he has found himself helping with the rehabilitation of the domestic violence population, including victims and perpetrators. Ronald has been trained to assist veterans and other trauma survivors. He works with the physically and mentally disabled population. Ronald has been working with these populations in an individual and in group capacities. He has facilitated a number of therapeutic groups such as relapse prevention, dialectical behavioral therapy, moral reconation therapy, cognitive self-change, and cognitive behavioral intervention – for substance abuse.

It is common that Ronald works with patients who have co-occurring disorders. He focuses on strengths-based and person-centered approaches with his clients. Ronald primarily uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and motivational interviewing (MI) as well as other evidence-based treatment modalities with his clients. He treats specifically depression, anxiety, trauma, and schizophrenic disorders. Ronald loves to spend time with his wife and 4 children. He also enjoys outdoor activities, playing sports, and watching movies. He has fun with his coin and sports card collections.

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