Rob Novick's specialty has been with adults and seniors, specifically in mental health. Having worked in some of the top rated hospitals in the Dallas Metroplex, he built a reputation for being a strong client advocate and caring individual.
Rob worked at Zale Lipshy University Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, as well as outpatient clinics. Most recently, Rob was a Director for Medical Center of McKinney – Wysong campus, and the Director of the Plano Clinic and Day Hospital for Green Oaks Hospital of Dallas.
Since 2013, Rob has been the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Director for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club. Rob is a well-respected social worker, who has developed relationships with top doctors and other healthcare providers in the area, as well as long term care facilities and agencies.
Rob Novick, LCSW graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a Bachelors degree in Psychology. He received his Masters of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas in Arlington, graduating first in his class. Since then, he has achieved the highest certification offered by the state of Texas as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), as well as a State-approved supervisor to train other social workers.
Over the years, Rob Novick has developed a unique skill set and understanding for mental illness and ailments of aging adults. He has educated and assisted families understand mental illness and make long term healthcare decisions for loved ones. The question that was most commonly asked when facing these difficult times was “What do I do?” Families were not prepared or equipped for these situations and quickly become overwhelmed and lost. Rob had a solution.
In 2005, he developed Advanced Care Partners to educate families and provide answers to their difficult questions. However, Rob realized that if families would prepare prior to the emergent situation, many of the guessing of what to do could have been answered, and sometimes by the one needing the care.
With Rob’s guidance and coaching, family members learn how best to help their loved ones without losing sight of caring for themselves.
Rob Novick, LCSW