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Richard Martinez, MSW

Supervisee in Social Work

Richard’s Bachelor of Science in Community and Human Services from Empire State University and Master of Social Work (MSW) from Texas State University provide him with the foundation to serve diverse communities. He embraces the philosophy of “meeting clients where they are,” establishing rapport and person-centered results to achieve the best outcomes. As an MSW Supervisee, Richard draws upon his government service, extensive practical experience and academic research to selectively transfer skills into his counseling practice.

Richard uses a range of therapeutic methods, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused therapy, and mindfulness-based interventions, to support clients in addressing anxiety, depression, marital and relationship challenges, addiction, and stress. By tailoring his approach to meet the unique needs of each client, he establishes an active-listening environment to promote emotional exploration and personalized treatment plans across diverse clientele. His temperament therapy certification extends the range of services for faith-based clients.
Richard enjoys time with family, traveling, hiking, cycling, and other outdoor activities.

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