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Brianna Carlough

Graduate Intern

It's okay to not be okay. Having support is very important in navigating the hills and mountains of life, as many unexpected things can arise. Having a safe space to share your thoughts and feelings are so important.

Seeking therapy is a significant step, and I honor your individual pace and comfort level, adapting a client-led approach to match your progress and pace for therapy. Together, we'll collaborate to create a personalized roadmap for your therapeutic journey. Whether you're facing relationship challenges, emotional distress, or personal growth hurdles, I'm here to provide guidance and support that you deserve.

Whether you're struggling with communication breakdowns, patterns/cycles of behaviors, trust issues, feeling disconnected from your partner, or other individual issues, I can provided a roadmap to rebuilding secure and fulfilling connections, as well as helping you understand yourself better.

I earned my Bachelor’s in Science at Southeast Missouri State University in Psychology and am a recent graduate from Saint Louis University for my Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. My degree allows me to specialize in seeing couples and families in therapy, but I of course see many individuals too. I view problems brought into therapy with a family systems lens which creates a unique advantage for trauma processing. I primarily work with individuals who experienced trauma, as that is might main specialization as well as those that identify as Neurodivergent.


I am thankful the opportunity to work with Diversified Health and Wellness Center.

Specializations: Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions, Adjustment to College, Anxiety, Attachment Issues, Borderline Personality Disorder, College Aged Student Concerns, Communication Problems, Coping Mechanisms, Couples Therapy, Depression, Family Conflict, Highly Sensitive Persons, Marriage Counseling, Men's Issues and Problems, Multicultural Concerns, Perfectionism, Premarital Counseling, Problem Solving Skills, PTSD-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationship Issues, Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Women's Issues, Work Stress

Treatment Modes: Emotion Focused Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy Narrative Therapy

Availability: By Appointment


Payment Types: Cash, Check, Credit-AMEX/MC/Visa, Debit Card

Accepted Insurance Plans: None, Sliding Scale

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