Background and Experience
Brooklynn works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Her experience in the areas of abuse and trauma, foster care, self-worth, parenting, and mental health disorders has allowed her to meet the unique needs of her clients. She also enjoys working with individuals and families struggling with divorce, ADHD, boundaries, dissociation, behavior issues, and stressful life experiences. She has had the opportunity to gain experience through working in child welfare, residential, and non-profit settings. Brooklynn utilizes a strengths based, client centered approach to partner with clients and their families in order to provide individualized care to meet their needs and goals.
I believe in the healing power of relationships and connection. In our relationships, both inside the therapy office and outside, is where we find solace in difficult times. I strive to build collaborative relationships with my clients where they feel safe enough to learn how to see and care for all parts of themselves. I use an eclectic, client-centered approach to help clients build upon their intrinsic strengths, offering guidance and support along the way. I especially enjoy partnering with teens, young adults, and their families as they navigate difficult transitions and emerging adulthood. I have experience in treating individuals and families using evidence-based modalities, including EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, child-centered play therapy, motivational interviewing, and trust based relational intervention (TBRI). I also integrate parts work and faith into treatment upon request.
Education and Training
Brooklynn earned her Bachelor of Social Work with a minor in Diversity Studies from The University of Texas at Arlington. After working in child welfare settings, Brooklynn went back to The University of Texas at Arlington to earn her Masters of Social Work. Brooklynn earned her clinical experience in non-profit settings working with at-risk children, youth and young adults. Brooklynn has extensive experience working with young people and families navigating the foster care and juvenile justice systems. She has experience providing treatment to children, adolescents, and adults in individual, group, and family settings. Brooklynn is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Brooklynn is in the office Monday evenings, Wednesday evenings, and Saturday mornings.
Session fees start at $225
Brooklynn is in the process of becoming an in network provider with Aetna, Baylor Scott & White, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Everynorth/Cigna, and United Healthcare and can submit claims as an out-of-network provider until her credentialing is complete with the aforementioned companies.
License #: 105456
To schedule with Brooklynn or one of our other therapists, call us today at 469-342-3468!
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