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  • Metropolitan School of Professional Studies
  • Larry Robertson, MA, is a Vice President and Project Director at JBS International, Inc., a health and human services consulting firm in North Bethesda, MD. Mr. Robertson has 38 years of combined experience in substance abuse treatment, prevention, education, training, consulting, program evaluation, and project management. Since joining JBS in 1992, Mr. Robertson has been Project Director of SAMHSA’s State TA Project (2012–present), Project Director of CSAT’s State Systems Technical Assistance Project (SSTAP) (1997–2012), SSTAP Deputy Project Director (1995–1997), and Senior Clinical Specialist and Coordinator on CSAT’s State Technical Reviews Project (1992–1995).

    Before joining JBS, Mr. Robertson held progressively responsible positions with the Fairfax-Falls Church Alcohol and Drug Services, including Director of Quality Assurance, Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator, and Outreach/Community Education Counselor. His career has included counselor positions in hospital-based detoxification and inpatient programs and roles as an instructor and curriculum developer in Washington, DC; Maryland; and Virginia. Mr. Robertson has taught human services courses at The Catholic University of America since 2010. He has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Miami and an M.A. in Human Development from the University of Maryland.