Mathew Jean is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a visionary poised to take up the cause of mental health issues in todays society. Currently, Mathew serves his community through his private practice Beach Stone Counseling, The Go To Therapists and Sober Words, an apparel company fighting stigma associated with substance use. Each endeavor sprung from a birthplace of passion and desire to serve those in need. In college, he volunteered at elementary, middle and high schools, juvenile centers and men’s prisons in Florida and Alabama. In 2010, he provided grief counseling to the victims of the tragic earthquake in his parent’s native home of Haiti. Mathew studied at Psychology at Oakwood University and completed his Masters in Family therapy at Nova Southeastern University in Family Therapy. As a public speaker, he inspires and motivates others to value their family life and embrace their roles in the family system. His life work is to advocate for those who suffer from mental illness and mental health issues by bring awareness to the local communities of South Florida. Mathew is married to Alyssa E Jean and is the proud father of four girls, Amelya, Lilliyn, Maylin and Robyn. His passion is in service, his love is for his family but his joy is his faith.