Armond Hendrick, MA, LCASA is a Primary Therapist at Advaita Integrated Medicine’s Green Hill Recovery program. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, he now calls the Raleigh area home. He earned a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from South University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from North Carolina Central University (NCCU). When he is not working, he can be found traveling, enjoying shows on Netflix, or spending quality time with friends and family. Armond is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate(LCASA) and is currently preparing for his (LCMHCA) license.
Armond has done a lot of I/DD work and has served in many different roles supporting the I/DD population. He served as a Clinical Supervisor of numerous ICF facilities ensuring they remained in compliance during state audits and created goals to help clients increase cognitive skills while learning ADL’s. Armond’s I/DD experience showed the importance of person centered care and he believes that care is unique to each individual. He spent the last 5 years working in Community Mental Health providing crisis support to clients and assisting with improving stability in all areas of their lives while gaining insight into their diagnosis post hospitalization. Armond utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and has worked with many clients helping them increase knowledge of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills.
Armond hopes to bring his passion for mental health and substance use to Advaita Integrated Medicine and help clients reach their individual goals. He works to break the stigma associated with attending therapy. Armond utilizes an integrated care approach to treatment. Armond approaches treatment in a non-judgmental way and ensures all interventions are specifically aligned with the individual needs of each client.
South University (High Point, NC ) — M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
North Carolina Central University (Durham, NC) — B.A. in Psychology