Robert Donovan, MSW, LCSW

Robert C. Donovan, MSW, LICSW, holds a Masters of Social Work from Simmons University. He completed his B.A. degree in Liberal Arts from Excelsior College in Albany, New York, before retiring from the United States Army as a Sergeant First Class (E7) in 2018. During his 12 years of service, Robert served as Military Police Patrolman, Squad Leader, Senior Investigator, Platoon Sergeant, and Senior Operations Manager. Robert was also deployed in support of both Operation Iraqi Freedom 06’-08’ and Operation Enduring Freedom 09’-10’ as a member of a police transition team for the 23rd MP Company (Airborne) and 118th MP Company (Airborne). His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (x8), Army Achievement Medal (x4), Iraqi Campaign Medal (2 stars), Afghanistan Campaign Medal (1 star), Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and Combat Action Badge. Robert is embarking on his fourth year on the Home Base team, which began with his second-year clinical internship in the Intensive Clinical Program (ICP), followed by his transition as a full-time ICP social work team member performing case management, clinical intakes, and co-facilitating various ICP treatment groups. Robert is currently serving as the Special Operations Program Manager for the Comprehensive Brain Health and Trauma Program (ComBHaT) and ICP. Robert continues to yield an unwavering passion to continue his service by helping Veterans, Service Members, and their families heal from the invisible wounds of their service.