Vincent Robinson LMSW
Mr. Vincent Robinson is a retired combat Veteran with a combined twenty-five years of military and civilian law enforcement experience. During his law enforcement career, he frequently challenged policies, practices, and procedures that discriminated against minority groups. His actions were often frowned upon by some in law enforcement; however, these same actions positively affected change in the organization and community. In order to better serve and advocate for others, he pursued an education in social work where he obtained a Licensed Master of Social Work degree. He has provided counseling at Cedar Crest Mental Hospital in Belton, TX, and Hope Alliance Domestic Violence Center in Round Rock, TX. He currently serves as a Caregiver Support Coordinator for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Mr. Robinson was born in Washington, D.C., and resides in Killeen, TX with his wife and four sons since 2009.
Melee Munoz, LPC
I have been working with children, teens, adults and couples for over 17 years. I enjoy helping people with internal struggles and achieving their goals by identifying and removing obstacles that are potentially standing in their way. Counseling is customized for each individual depending on needs and personalities. I work to provide a nonjudgmental environment where clients feel free to express their thoughts, feelings, and ideas. My therapeutic style is empathetic yet directive building on trust to help clients feel understood and validated. Thank you for your interest in my practice.
Dr. Kerry-Ann Zamore Byrd
Certified Pastoral Counselor
Dr. Kerry-Ann Zamore Byrd is a Playwright, Award winning Filmmaker, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Pastoral Counselor, University Professor, as well as the Owner and Director of KZamore Enterprises LLC, a community-based Theatre and Film company. She is a talk show host TedX speaker, an inspiring Transformational speaker, and best selling published author.
Zamore has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from University of Maryland, a graduate degree and PhD in Social Work from
University of Southern California. Zamore uses her education and experience in social work to bring social issues to light in stage plays and films. Her stage plays range from faith based to complex drama surrounding social issues. Zamore also uses theatrical presentations to facilitate trainings, teaching intervention strategies, family violence awareness, sexual assault awareness, conflict resolution, and anti-racism and diversity.
She is an award winning filmmaker directing shorts as well as feature films screened in numerous film festivals. Films include, In Utero, Scar, Shattered Pieces, The Affirmations Project, and The Invitation, She is the winner of the International Film Fest for her social justice film Shattered Pieces which explores her own survival story of Domestic Violence.
Zamore states;. “I mastered the art of determination, and commitment.” Her catch phrases are: “Dream it! Write it down! Build it – One step at a time!” It is with this “can do it” attitude that Zamore uses her platforms to inspire and influence change as well as bring awareness to social issues in all that she does.