John Crapo is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist. He received his master’s degree in counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He completed additional coursework at North Carolina State University and Liberty University. John has served as a local county employee, a therapist in private practice, and as a behavioral health and substance abuse counselor within local hospital systems. He has extensive experience providing individual and family therapy within diverse populations and age groups.
John embodies the key philosophies of the counseling profession which include wellness, resilience, and prevention. He enjoys providing treatment to clients by resolving emotional and personal needs within the wellness model. His practical view of the function of counseling involves a journey of self-exploration by the client that increases their level of self-understanding and self-awareness. John uses cognitive behavioral therapy and is also eclectic in his approach, based on the needs of the client and what would work best in bringing forth change with the client.
John’s personal interests include recreational activities with his large family, traveling to the mountains and beach, music, and sports.