Dr. Lucy Roberts-Cannon is the CEO/Owner of LEJ Behavioral Health Services (Consulting and Training business) in Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Roberts-Cannon was the former Clinical Director of Lutheran Services of Georgia Behavioral Health Services Program. She was also an Auditor/Trainer for APS Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a Visiting Professor at Devry University in Stockbridge, Georgia and an Adjunct Professor at Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, Ga. She teaches undergraduate and graduate students in the business and mental health fields. She serves as a Consultant for the Department of the Navy Reserve and is very instrumental in helping our returning soldiers and family members with connecting to mental health and substance abuse services. She currently serves has the Vice President of the Georgia School of Addiction Studies Board and she is also a member of the Southeastern Institute for Chemical Dependency Board of Directors. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Georgia and Alabama. She also has a Co-Occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomat Certification (CCDP-D). She has worked in inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse settings in the states of Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Camp Zama, Japan, Arkansas, and Georgia. She has managed various mental health programs in Alabama, Georgia, and Indiana. She has served on various hospital committees and served on various task forces to improve the lives of consumers with mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders. She is an advocate for consumers with co-occurring disorders. She is very committed to educating and training paraprofessional and mental health professionals in the addiction and mental health fields.