Center for Individual and Family Counseling
Behavioral Health services are provided by the Center for Individual & Family Counseling. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 361-334-3335 or visiting www.CC-Counseling.org
Robert Berlin, M.Ed., LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
Texas License #: 62777
National Certified Counselor #: 225297
Robert is originally from Odessa, Texas, and joined the US Army after attending Texas Tech
University. He earned a Master’s Degree in Education (Counseling Psychology) from the
University of Missouri-Columbia and has since worked in Residential Substance Abuse
facilities, Drug Court, Crisis Team, Outpatient Mental Health, Juvenile Prison and
Psychiatric Hospital settings with children, adolescents and adults.
Robert’s primary specialty is working with adolescent and young adult males who are having
a difficult time adjusting to changes or have anger issues, abuse histories and substance
abuse problems. In order to achieve positive results in as little time as possible, he utilizes
scientifically validated counseling methods, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy,
Reality Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and the Gorski Model and Medical models of
addiction recovery to help clients.
Linda K. Baker, MS, LPC-S
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
Texas License #: 18945
Linda earned a Masters of Science Degree in Counseling from Texas A&M University –
Corpus Christi. She received her certification as a Supervisor for LPC-Interns from the
University of Houston.
Linda’s work experience includes outpatient mental health services, working with adults,
adolescents, and families. In addition, Linda has worked with adults and adolescents
coping with substance abuse and behavioral issues. Her work sites included outpatient
mental health centers, substance abuse centers, alternative education centers, juvenile
detention centers and the Juvenile Justice System.
Linda’s areas of interest include:
- Abuse Issues
- Self-esteem Issues
- Conduct Disorders, and
- Family Issues.
Linda uses Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a means of
assisting clients in making desired changes in their lives. It is Linda’s belief that change
comes through client motivation, working through issues cognitively to recognize what the
client can or cannot change and then altering behavior to reach pre-determined goals.