Graham Bufford – Pelham Office (In-Person and Telehealth)Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Board Certified Telemental Health Provider, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

    Graham attained his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree in 2015, and gained his Master of Arts in Counseling in 2018, both from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. While finishing his masters, Graham served in the Zeta Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, Phi Kappa Phi, and was a Glenda R. Elliot Scholarship recipient. Currently, he is pursuing his doctorate of behavioral health (DBH) from Arizona State University and is set to graduate in 2022. Graham has worked with a diverse set of individuals and groups and believes in the spirit of collaboration and the power of hope. His specialties include Christian discipleship counseling, addiction/substance use, marriage/couples, severe/persistent mental illness, corrections, family systems, depression, anxiety, and complex trauma-informed care. He has served in private practice, integrated healthcare teams, program/protocol development/implementation/evaluation, and facility/staff oversight. Graham is also an Ordained Minister of the Gospel as well as a certified John Maxwell Team Member (JMT) speaker, teacher, and coach. Graham has experience in serving non-profit boards and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Empowered to Conquer, a non-profit dedicated to the empowerment of children and adolescents. Graham believes that you are the expert of your own experience, and serves here so that you can gain insight from your past, best utilize your current circumstances, and plan for the best opportunities in your future! He will guide you in clarifying and defining SMART goals while providing evidence-based support to help you achieve your clinical targets.

    Graham’s Counseling Expertise is in the following areas:

    – Individual
    – Family
    – Marriage/couples
    – Addiction
    – Trauma-informed care