David Frobish MA, LPC, ACEP Provider
Building Strong and Ethical Supervisors
About David Frobish MA, LPC, ACEP Provider
David Frobish brings over 20 years of post-master’s experience in individual, child, adolescent, adult, and family counseling. With a strong focus on ethics and professionalism, David offers a range of counseling services—anxiety, depression, trauma, ADD, ADHD, stress management, vicarious trauma (secondary traumatic stress), self-care, sexual abuse, anger management, bipolar disorder, grief and loss, addictions, conflict resolution, self-harm, and boundaries. He is highly skilled in teaching coping skills, parenting skills, family dynamics, improving communication, safety planning, play therapy, family therapy, relationship counseling, and providing mentorship and training to professionals. He has provided intensive home-based counseling for domestic violence, anti-social personality disorder, suicide, and in the above-mentioned areas. In addition, David has 14 years of experience in case management for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disorders. He also supervises LLPCs, provides success coaching (consultation services), and has developed a self-care seminar and a 30-hour supervision workshop.
Throughout his career, David has actively pursued ongoing professional development, completing numerous trainings in the aforementioned areas. He has had the privilege of receiving education from esteemed organizations such as DHHS, CASA, CMH, Cross Country University, the Georgia Department of Human Resources in collaboration with the Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities and disABILITY LINK, the Institute for Brain Potential, Michigan State University Continuing Education, PESI, the Social Security Agency, Treatment Foster Care Oregon Model (TFCO), and Advanced Counselor Training (ACT).
Notably, David is an Eagle Scout with four palms, an author, and a retired CASA volunteer. He has held various professional roles, including supervisor, mentor, instructor, teacher, and trainer. David derives immense fulfillment from assisting others through counseling, mentoring, teaching, supervision, and success coaching. His therapeutic approach is characterized by kindness and empathy, making him a trusted source of support for his clients.
- Provides clinical supervision to LLPCs and Supervision training for LPCs to supervise LLPCs
- Counseling; Success Coaching; Consulting; Peer consultation; Mentoring and Training professionals
- 15+ years Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) experience
- 14 years providing case management for Intellectual and Developmental disability populations
- Masters in Counseling and Theology; Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, Grands Rapids, MI
- DHHS Specific Trainings
- Core A, B & C; Domestic Violence I & II; Domestic Violence Legal Issues
- Incest Affected Families I & II; Parent Talk; Parenting Interventions; Solution Focus I; Substance Abuse Affected Families I & II
- Testifying in Court; Working w/ Adolescents and Teens
20+ years post-master’s experience providing individual, child, adolescent, adult, family and trauma informed counseling including providing intensive home based counseling and/or case management–ADD, ADHD, addictions, advocating, anger issues, Anti-Social personality disorder, anxiety, Autism spectrum disorders, Bipolar personality disorder, Borderline personality disorder, boundaries, budgeting, bullying, improving communication skills, conflict resolution, coping skills, cutting, depression, domestic violence, elderly, employment, family dynamics, family therapy, fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), housing, grief and loss, intellectual and developmental disabilities, parenting skills, play therapy, relationship counseling, safety planning, Schzio-affective disorder, secondary traumatic stress/vicarious trauma, self-care, self-harm, self-worth/esteem, sexual abuse, stress management, suicide, supervising parent visitations and trauma.