Jay Roberson Counseling, LLC
Jay Roberson is an experienced counselor who works predominately with couples, men, and adolescent boys.
The majority of Jay’s practice focuses in three major areas: relationship growth, life transitions, and grief and loss issues. He works with men who feel worthless, hopeless, and angry about their lives. He also works to mend the marriages that can be disrupted due to these experiences. Additionally, Jay counsels adolescent boys having trouble emotionally handling their parents’ divorce, life changes, and social stressors – including bullying. These areas are explored by integrating mental health therapy and Christian-centered counseling for all seeking to change and heal.
He has practiced since 2008 after earning his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS. He has advanced training in marital therapy from Drs. John and Julia Gottman. After leaving RTS, he served children, adolescents, and their families in Community Mental Health in Yazoo City, MS.
Jay has since counseled in Jackson in Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs under both clinic and psychiatric hospital settings. Under the hospital setting, Jay advanced into the role of Outpatient Services Director, aiding the growth and healing of patients with mental illness. In 2014, he began private counseling and became a Board Qualified Supervisor (LPC-S) for Licensed Professional Counselors.
Jay founded Jay Roberson Counseling, LLC in 2022, an independent private practice housed within Watershed Counseling Associates.
His experience and education have prepared him to work with a number of issues, including:
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- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Licensed Professional Counselor Board Qualified Supervisor, State of Mississippi
- Mississippi Licensed Professional Counselor Association Member
- Christian Association of Psychological Studies Member
- B.A. History, University of Mississippi
- M.A. Marriage & Family Therapy and Counseling, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, MS