Catherine Roberts, EdD, LPC, NCC, NCSC
In my career as a Licensed Professional Counselor I've worked with veterans with PTSD, children and adults who lost a loved one, couples, adolescents with substance abuse issues, and my current focus is relationship counseling. I’m also very dedicated to work with individuals who have been diagnosed with mental health and Sarcoidosis illness.
I’m no stranger to grief and loss. My brother died of Sarcoidosis in 2009, my father died when I was 27, and my mother died when I was 10 years old. My brother, father and mother’s deaths have shaped my life and helped me understand just how important relationships are. I have been studying psychology for over a decade. We solicited various professionals in the field with a shared vision of helping uninsured and low-income individuals in need of mental health services, and Sarcoidosis information and support to lay the foundation in developing a nonprofit organization to meet the needs of these individuals. Therefore, with their assistance, we decided to develop a non-profit organization to help low-income and uninsured individuals. In the fall of 2011, CATROB, Inc. was granted 501(c)(3) non-profit organization privileges. CATROB, Inc.'s seek to provide the best services with its general operating expenses being obtained through fundraising, donations, and the innovative seminars that are provided to professionals at a nominal cost.
CATROB, INC. is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.
CATROB,Inc was established to provide helpful resources, support groups, and seminars for professionals and individuals who are diagnosed with mental illness and Sarcoidosis. We are proud to sponsor support groups that benefit low-income and uninsured individuals who are seeking mental health and Sarcoidosis information.
As a non-profit organization, it is our mission, to empower individuals to enhance their life with healthy choices for balance and freedom. We seek to provide a supportive and nurturing environment to anyone who is seeking growth. Our support groups are free to individuals who are diagnosed with Sarcoidosis, mental health illness through our community outreach program. Seminars are provided on the following topics: Logical Consequences-Behavior Modification, Trauma Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, ADHD, Family Counseling, Assertive Therapy, and Sarcoidosis Awareness activities.