Arlie Ray, LPC, CRC
Arlie received his Associate of Arts and Business from Clark State Community College in Human Resource Management and later his Bachelor's Degree from Antioch University Midwest in Management. He then moved on to earn his Master's Degree from Wright State University in Rehabilitation Counseling (Severe Disabilities).
As a client-centered therapist and rehabilitation counselor, Arlie is eager to learn everything he can about the fields of mental health and rehabilitation counseling, including expanding his knowledge base through continuing education that includes any evidence-based therapeutic methods that could benefit the client. Arlie's professional goal as a Therapist is to help guide individuals through the path of self-actualization. As a rehabilitation counselor, his goal is to help qualified job seekers with disabilities find meaningful gainful employment by helping employers and candidates communicate to build mutually beneficial professional relationships.
Throughout his career, Arlie has held positions as a Volunteer Office Technician and Volunteer Interview Consultant. While working for Clark State Community College, Arlie served as a Professional Tutor, Supplemental Instructor and College Completion Coach. Arlie currently serves as a Boys Residential Therapist at Oesterlen Services for Youth and Clinical Mental Health Counselor at Alexander and Associates.
When Arlie is not studying or working, he enjoys playing pocket billiards and listening to audio books while walking outside. He also enjoys technological innovation that helps all people achieve their goals, both in their career and at play.