Brianna has always found herself wanting to be where the pain is, because where there’s pain, there is the potential for healing. Whether it’s reaching out to hold a hand or simply offering a safe presence, Brianna prides herself in being relationally-focused. She believes witnessing and validating someone’s experience does more than any of us could ever know.
Brianna has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate under the supervision of Dr. Nicole Black, PhD, LPC-S, LCDC, RPT. Brianna is also a National Board Certified Counselor. During her academic training, Brianna completed a specialized certificate in trauma counseling, submitted a research thesis focusing on the childhood relational trauma, and was trained in EMDR therapy.
Brianna has experience working at adolescent residential treatment facilities, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, and group homes housing underage girls who have escaped sex-trafficking. She has clinical experience leading group therapy for male combat veterans, giving mental health training t0 first responders, and providing mental health services in her county jail.
Brianna loves working with complex trauma clients of all ages, including young children and adolescents. She utilizes an eclectic approach to therapy, incorporating a myraid of trauma-informed techniques to meet your individual needs. Brianna is LGBTQIA+ affirming and culturally-inclusive. Her special interests are chronic illness, attachment/relational trauma, household dysfunction, and religious trauma.
Brianna is currently available for virtual sessions by appointment and accepts private pay. She offers both talk therapy and EMDR therapy. If you would like to learn more about the rigorous training that LPC Associates experience, you can learn more here.
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