Patrick Wilson, M.A.

Children • Adolescents • Couples • Families
770-218-9005 x106 •

Days: Fri-Sat
Fee: $85, sliding scale available

Insurance: (none)


B.S. in Psychology, University of Central Florida.
M.Ed. in School Counseling, with additional coursework for licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Florida Atlantic University.

Professional Membership

American School Counselor Association (ASCA)

Current and Previous Experience

Current: Eight years in School Counseling, specializing in group, classroom, and individual counseling. Palm Beach County, Florida, and Cobb County, Georgia.
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (post-grad). Provided treatment to adolescents with addictions and dual diagnoses. Teen Treatment Center, Lake Worth, Florida.
Relief House Parent. Providing support for foster care children. Place of Hope, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Special Interests

Children and adolescents
Marriage issues
Family counseling
Spiritual growth
Anxiety and Depression
Self-esteem and identity
Men's issues
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)


As a young man who quit on his commitments of education, athletics, and even family, it was through a Godly perspective that Patrick began to seek the core values for his life. On this new path he became rededicated to his education, reconciled with his family, and started a family of his own. Nonetheless, Patrick's greatest awakening was becoming a father of seven beautiful children.


Patrick's inspiration to counsel is multilayered. Foremost is his desire to provide a safe and supportive environment that allows others to disclose obstructive fears and insecurities. Also, with a focus on Godly principles, it's his inspiration to amend hurtful and destructive behavior patterns in children, marriages, and families. As a whole, Patrick embraces the opportunity to help others through a Christian perspective while strongly valuing professional excellence and accountability as defined by national counseling standards. Furthermore, blessed in his relationships as a husband and father of seven beautiful children – by no means of personal qualifications but by application of tried and true principles –, it's his desire to introduce hope to every individual in their unique experiences, callings, and struggles.