Jonathan "Jon" Mullinix (He/Him/His), LMSW
Jon is a 2019 graduate of Michigan State University's School of Social Work program, where he obtained his Master's degree. He previously graduated from the University of Michigan in 2015, with a degree in Psychology. Jon has worked in Community Mental Health since 2017 in a variety of settings, including Homeless Shelters, Drug Abuse Counseling Centers, Domestic Violence Shelters, and in the community as a Mental Health Advocate.
Jon believes that anyone can strive for change they desire and achieve their goals, even if they need extra help or direction to get there. He uses a person-centered approach combined with solution focused elements to meet clients where they are and not have a one size fits all approach.
Jon's focus areas of practice include: Depression, Substance Abuse, Anxiety, Coping Skills, Life Transitions
Severe and Persistent Mental Disorders, LGBTQ identities.
In his free time, Jon enjoys taking walks with his dog, eating out with his family, or playing video games with friends. To read more about Jon, please visit his Psychology Today profile.