Robert Hinojosa, LCSW

Robert Hinojosa LCSW

Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Certified Financial Social Worker, Center for Financial Social Work

Professional Background

Robert Hinojosa has been a social worker since 2009 and a Clinical Therapist since 2013. Robert started in the field working with the homeless and addicted populations through a small, faith based non-profit in central Arkansas. Robert, moved on to working in direct clinical practice after completing his masters in social work from UALR. Robert focused much of his earlier clinical practice on addressing issues of sexual and physical trauma, anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues in clients and families he worked with.

Robert later moved on to working with a national insurance company to directly address social determinants of health and their impact on access to healthcare. Through this work, Robert saw the need for a more focused approach to work with clients to address not only the social and mental health issues they face, but also the financial stressors at play. Robert obtained his certification in Financial Social Work and integrated his experience into his work with clients in his private practice.

Today, Robert focuses on addressing issues of financial stress, anxiety, major life changes, family and couple’s problems, trauma, and men’s issues in his practice. His years of experience and specified training allow him to integrate a practical approach in his work with client’s real tangible problems in the context of their mental health.

Professional Affiliations

National Association of Social Workers


  • M.S., Social Work, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • B.S., Social Work, Harding University
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Areas of Focus

  • Financial-focused mental health treatment
  • Anxiety
  • Men’s Issues
  • Family and Relationship struggles
  • Couple’s Counseling
  • Parents of Teens
  • Sexual and Physical Trauma
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