Robert has been with the Human Services field since 1998. He has been with the State for 15 years working with Child Protective Services, Foster Care Licensing, Home and Community Services, and DLR/CPS. He was also a supervisor for four and a half years.
Prior to state work, Robert worked as a Child and Family Therapist for Good Samaritan Behavioral Health for two years. He then took a break in state work to teach English in Korea for three years. He developed a love for Korean food and culture and realized the important role that culture plays in our lives. Robert has a passion for helping parents recognize their role in helping their children become happy and successful members of society. Robert also loves the outdoors and takes a group of young men on a week-long high adventure trip every summer.
Robert has a BS in Family Studies and a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy.