Graham Dixon earned his Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Texas, Permian Basin. He is currently a clinical therapist at Allegiance Hospital in Midland, and was previously the Director of Competency and Training Development at Big Spring State Hospital. He has also been a therapist at Behavioral Centers of America in Midland.
His journey to drama and music therapy ran through several decades experience in theatre, including professional acting and directing, together with a Ph.D. in Dramatic Art from the University of California, Berkeley.
Graham utilizes the evidence-based counseling methods of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, combined with the belief that individuals need to develop their spirituality in order to enjoy full happiness. He offers a range of counseling services – individual/family sessions, couples therapy, PTSD alleviation and drug/alcohol interventions.
Born and raised in England, he came to America on a Fulbright scholarship in 1988. Now based in Midland, TX, he has also lived in California, Louisiana, Alabama and Virginia. In 1998 he was a Visiting Professor at Seoul University in Korea.
Graham is married to native Midlander Charlotte, and they have two sons.