J. Grant Brown, CMHC
I am a licensed CMHC, practicing for over six years (from February 2016), having graduated with a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the accredited Adams State University in Colorado. In my counseling career thus far much of my focus has been on pain and healing. I have done so utilizing the therapeutic approaches of EMDR, ACT, DBT, and other tools to address past trauma, addictions, mental health symptoms, and interpersonal issues. EMDR is my main approach, for I have found it to have amazing results with clients willing to put in the work for their problems associated with life experiences and trauma. I have worked well with both offenders and victims of domestic violence, addiction, and people with symptoms of psychosis, ADHD, PTSD, bipolar, major depression, and anxiety. Any stigma, addiction (behavioral, such as sex, or chemical, such as substance), past abuse, traumatic incident, or failure is not beyond healing. All that is needed is willingness to strive with your pain, embrace healing and growth, and then thriving and recovery can occur.
I became a therapist because I could empathize and feel what someone is going through, which I have found to be healing. I am passionate about my family, trailrunning, gardening, camping, hiking, reading, cooking/food preparation, the outdoors and building.