Curtis A. Haywood, M.A., PCC-S, LICDC
- Title: Assistant Director, Satellite Operations
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I use an integrative model that is Interpersonal Process and Client- Centered. I like to explore existential questions of meaning and purpose using a Logo-Therapy perspective. I also integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing techniques into my practice.
Support based approach that empowers supervisees to be more of who they genuinely are as a person. My goal is to empower supervisees to learn how to use who they are as a person as their main tool as a counselor as they integrate and use therapeutic modalities that best fit for them.
My professional interests include alcohol and other drug abuse, addiction, stress and anxiety disorders, relationship issues, spirituality.
Groups and Liaison Roles:
I facilitate the Success Not Excess group, which is a harm-reduction group that assists students that need support and guidance surrounding problems related to alcohol and other drug use. I am also a liaison to Residence Life, Professional Health Schools including Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, Optometry, Vet Med, and Public Health. Counselor Education and School Psychology Program, Student Wellness Center, & Student Health Services
Clemson University undergraduate studies Ashland Theological Seminary graduate studies
In my free time, I enjoy swimming, biking, running, competing in triathlon, lifting weights, guitar, violin, reading, listening to and studying music.