Who is Robert Price LPCC

Robert has worked in mental health and vocational rehabilitation services for over 30 years. His positions have primarily focused on inclusion of individuals with psychiatric disabilities in the workplace. Areas of expertise include Comprehensive Vocational Assessments, Job Placement Practices, Worksite Accommodations and Employer and Employee Work Incentives. Robert is also skilled in Assistive Technology and regularly participates in trainings to upgrade his knowledge.

Robert's undergraduate degree is in Social Work from Humboldt State University. He also has a minor emphasis in Native American Studies. Robert completed a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from San Diego State University (SDSU).

Robert is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) as well as a Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP). Robert went on to fulfill all of the the requirements to become a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) through the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He was the first SDSU Graduate to obtain the LPCC Licensure (LPCC #296).

Robert is also an Adjunct Faculty member at SDSU’s Rehabilitation Counseling Program. Robert has regularly taught a Rehabilitation Counselor course titled: “Placement Practices for Individuals with Disabilities.” This is a Graduate Requirement for Masters Degree Rehabilitation Counseling Students, as well as Credentialed Special Education Teachers completing a Masters Level Vocational Rehabilitation Certification. Robert has also taught Counseling Practicum for online students. He is also a contributor to an article in the Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling.

Robert was responsible for developing a Job Placement program for individuals who were recently released from California State Prisons. This program involved Amity of California and more specifically Amity Ranch in Vista. The Amity Ranch has shown an 85% Job Placement rate for individuals participating in Job Placement services.