About Dr. Cynthia Cameron
About Tom Williams, LCSW
Currently, Tom works with adolescents and adults suffering from depression, anxiety, and PTSD along with substance use disorders (Including gambling). He has a diverse background and understands the impact of poverty and domestic violence on individuals and families. He is a strong believer in community involvement, as well as exercise and wellness activities for those struggling with all mental substance use disorders.
Tom Williams, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Tom Williams earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of North Dakota in 1990. He then worked for the State of North Dakota in various roles for over 9 years. Tom provided intensive family case management to ensure services to prevent out of home placement for at risk adolescents. Additionally, he worked part-time with children and families in local domestic violence programs providing group therapy for children aged 4-12 that were impacted by domestic abuse.
In 1999 he returned to school and received a Master’s of Social Work degree from New Mexico State University with a major in Family Preservation. Following the completion of his degree, Tom worked with a variety of agencies whose goal was to provide services primarily to children and adolescents with mild to severe mental health concerns. In 2004 he was employed in California and worked as a contractor for Travis Air Force Base in the Family Advocacy Program providing services to military families that were involved in Child Protection and also families that were impacted by Domestic Violence.
In 2005, he returned to rural Minnesota as a clinical social and provided group therapy for persons with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues along with working as a therapist in an adult sexual abuse treatment program. He also found time to teach substance abuse treatment as an adjunct professor at a local university.
In 2008 Tom began a career working with The Veteran’s Administration Healthcare System in Central California. For several years he was Chemical Dependency Director and managed an Intensive Outpatient Program that provided detox, psychiatric treatment along with Buprenorphine treatment for opioid patients. Additionally, during this time he served as the Homeless Program Coordinator. In 2012 he started with the homeless program in Las Vegas providing individual, group and couples therapy for Veterans and families dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD and chronic pain along with substance use disorders and gambling until he retired from the VA in 2016.
Currently, Tom works with adolescents and adults suffering from depression, anxiety, and PTSD along with substance use disorders (Including gambling). He has a diverse background and understands the impact of poverty and domestic violence on individuals and families. He is a strong believer in community involvement, as well as exercise and wellness activities for those struggling with all mental and substance use disorders.
Tom has been actively involved in the cycling community in Las Vegas as a member of a local bicycle club and has been active as a board member in promoting goals and activities for the club. He is also involved in local renewable energy groups and is an active off-roader and camper.