Our mission is to provide resources for victims , witnesses, and survivors of domestic violence to foster the ability to leave and prevent returning to domestically abusive situations that often result in death.
To end domestic violence through awareness, education, prevention, and intervention by creating safe, transitional environments from violent situations in to order to maintain peaceful lives.
Clinton C Patton Sr. BS, MHR, LPC
Pediatric Behavioral Health Therapist, Domestic Violence Interventionist Motivational Speaker, and Author
Clinton Patton received his B.S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University - Commerce and a Masters in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma. He maintains licensing as Professional Counselor (LPC).
Clinton Patton is the owner of Patton Behavioral Health, LLC, in (Oklahoma City Oklahoma); a private practice that provides individual, family and group counseling. He is also the CEO of The Ashley Renae Hamilton Foundation, a foundation focused on domestic violence education, awareness and intervention.
Clinton has over 11 years of experience, specializing in various behavioral health issues such as depression, ADHD, anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, PTSD, and so forth. In addition, he possesses 7 years of experience in inpatient care, as a mental health worker. In this role, he worked, specifically, with sexually abused children. Clinton has extraordinary passion for helping others obtain desired outcomes within the therapeutic process. He possesses the appropriate skills to encourage change, promoting positive results. His background also includes work with families in lower socio-economic status, motivating and facilitating necessary environmental changes conducive for healthy family relationships.
Clinton’s public speaking career spans over 10 years. He often serves as key note speaker, specifically on the following topics: domestic violence education and intervention, mental health vs. behavioral health, at-risk youth empowerment, parenting at-risk children and adolescences, bridging the gap between mental health professionals and educators and healthy relationships between mothers and sons. Clinton is the author of Resilience: The Story of An Extraordinary Little Boy, a story of abuse, perseverance, and success.
Clinton has over 10 years of advocacy and intervention for victims of domestic violence. Clinton Patton established The Ashely Renae Hamilton Foundation following the tragic death of his sister due to domestic violence. Clinton decided the he had to do something to help victims of domestic violence because they have the right to live in peace through community education, awareness, and intervention.
Clinton Patton resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In his leisure time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, as well as drawing and baking. Playing football, basketball, and softball are his favorite ways to stay fit and healthy. With God at the head of his life, Clinton is driven by the passion to teach, mentor and counsel at-risk children and adolescents. Also he maintains passion to end domestic violence. His career is rooted in love.
“I believe, wholeheartedly, that love is the foundation of success and encompasses all things.”
– Clinton C. Patton Sr., MHR, LPC