Adrienne Brown

       Receiving her B.S. in health with a minor in psychology and M.A. in counseling from Prairie View A&M University, Adrienne is an LPC who has worked with individuals of all ages, backgrounds and socio-economic statuses. Her vast experience includes treating patients with varying mental health diagnoses, such as behavioral and emotional disturbances, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders and those with a history of physical and emotional abuse. She has experience in both individual, couples, and family therapy.

       Throughout her time working at the Department of Family and Protective services, community mental health, and corrections she provided psycho-social rehabilitation, crisis intervention, social and parental skills training, community related services, counseling, and suicide prevention to a variety of patients. Adrienne's areas of focus include addictions, relationship issues and sexual abuse. She possess a high level of interpersonal skills and thrive on building relationships and connecting with diverse groups of people.

          Her primary goal is to empower individuals to overcome personal obstacles to improve their overall well being. Adrienne considers herself to be eclectic when implementing therapeutic interventions. Her go-to therapeutic approaches include person centered, solution focused and psycho-dynamic therapy. Adrienne is also passionate about helping patients who experience issues related to sexual addictions, dysfunctions, trauma, and medical issues that interfere with normal sexual activity and sexual issues within a couple. She is currently laying the groundwork to pursue a certification in sex therapy.