It’s time to identify and break your cycles so you can foster healthier, happier relationships in your life
Breaking old cycles requires hard work and without the right tools and support, it can feel impossible.
That's where therapy comes in.Schedule Your Consultation
How Is Working with Me Different?
Therapy is hard work and it requires commitment.
You're emotionally intelligent enough to know that something isn't right. You're ready to reflect and find your blind spots, learning more about yourself as you go.
Even if that means shifting pieces of you that have always felt like a big part of your identity.
It’s tough work, but you’re not scared of it. You just need the right person to help you walk that path.
I'm here to challenge your well-worn thought patterns and help break your cycles so you can move forward in an intentional, impactful way rather than getting spun through the same familiar chaos.
Once you’re ready to commit to doing the hard work and asking yourself the hard questions, I’ll help you light a positive path of growth forward.Schedule Your Consultation
What can you expect from therapy?
Think less Freud, more Brené Brown.
Make changes. Be comfortable with the discomfort that change brings. Do things differently.
And it all starts with emotional awareness.
Our sessions are not: How can I fix this?
Instead they are:
- What do I notice about myself?
- What can I learn from this?
- How can I grow?
- How will my growth impact my relationships?
By assuming a posture of curiosity – of yourself, your habits, your thoughts and emotions - you immediately break down your own defenses against yourself. And that’s where the real work begins.
Meet Brooke Williams
I don't believe in 'fixing' people. Instead, let's work together to find better ways to communicate and build healthier habits that will then help you build the healthy relationships you've been striving for.
I am a licensed professional counselor (LPC #6587) and have been in the mental health/social services field since 2011. I am also a licensed professional counselor supervisor (LPCS #7868) and provide licensing supervision to early licensed professionals and graduate students.
What I've learned, is that the health and the depth of our relationships plays a large role in how fulfilled we fill in our lives. Whether you're struggling in your relationship, are wanting to make changes as an individual, or have a child who has been diagnosed with anxiety, I'm here to help you build the habits that will improve your communication and impact your life.Learn More About My Practice
Who do I serve?
Once you're committed to staying in your relationship, it's time to face the tough questions together. Rebuilding a healthy, supportive relationship is not about fixing each other. It's time to understand how the habits you've both adopted are being received and how they impact you as an individual as well as your relationship.Schedule Your Consultation
If you’ve experienced therapy before but still struggle to move forward with positive change, it’s possible that you haven’t found a therapist that was the right fit for you yet.
Individual sessions are an option for adults 18+ who are struggling in any type of relationship, with anxiety, or who want to change the way they’re behaving or perceiving events but just don’t know where to start.Schedule Your Consultation
Parents of Children with Diagnosed Anxiety Disorders
Sometimes behavioral therapy doesn’t resolve our children’s anxious behaviors in the way that we are hoping. If you are feeling powerless in your efforts to help alleviate your child’s anxiety, I may be able to help.
SPACE (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions) is a program specifically for parents who just want to help their child find peace again. Together, we can develop the tools you need to be a part of the solution for your child.Find Out More
If you're a parent with an anxious child,
Sign up to learn more about SPACE (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions).
SPACE is designed to help you learn how to communicate with your anxious child in a way that they’re able to receive. It does not “fix” your child. Instead, we’ll focus on reducing accommodations, building communication techniques that reduce anxious behaviors, and creating healthy habits that foster long-term independence. Our goal is for you to find peace in your home again.
We'll only send information and updates on new SPACE resources.