Brynna is known for her warm and patient manner. She is an effective communicator who has a talent for seeing things as a whole and knowing how to conceptualize it in a way that will help others understand and proceed with a plan. Brynna has a lot of energy and loves working with teens.
Brynna studied Behavioral Science for her undergraduate at Utah Valley University and then went on to receive her graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Nevada. Post-graduation Brynna returned to the Mountains, and found herself working in a teen crisis center where she discovered her passion for working with at-risk youth and their families. Brynna has expertise using experiential treatment models, is a DBT informed clinician, and utilizes Emotionally Focused Therapy in working with students struggling with depression, anxiety, and ADHD. She is passionate about family work and believes clients are the experts on themselves and have all the resources already within to make changes. Understanding and honoring our emotions helps us make sense of why we behave the way we behave. Humans have a biologically driven need for connection and belonging.
Brynna enjoys running, hiking, and camping outside. She also enjoys watching TV, having game nights with friends and spending time with her family and dog.