Landon Dickeson is an accomplished mental health professional with over a decade of experience in the field. He serves as the Executive Director for Ranch Hands Rescue and Bob’s House of Hope. Landon has worked with thousands of trauma survivors, and this vast
experience has driven his passion to create treatment programs for those with complex PTSD.
Landon graduated from the University of North Texas with a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, after which he obtained state licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Landon has experience working with high-risk youth, dual diagnosis, suicide loss, sexual assault/abuse trauma, Veteran trauma, and male victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE). He has been trained in Crisis Intervention, Risk of Harm Assessment, EMDR, Equine and Animal Assisted Counseling, DBT, TBRI, TF-CBT,
Psychological First Aid, and more.
Landon’s passion for education led him to create several trainings to increase understanding of complex trauma, sex trafficking, and overlooked populations. His speaking engagements have included the JuST Conference, TNOYS Conference, DFPS
Conference, Humanymal International Conference, numerous webinars, local events, and news stories. Landon also helped launch the first state- and nationwide billboard campaign, called #BoysToo, to educate the public about the sex trafficking of males. After years
of treating sexual abuse and trafficking victims, Landon helped create the first safe house program in the country for male victims of sex trafficking, Bob’s House of Hope.
- The Unseen Survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation: Serving Male Survivors