Dr. Burnett-Brown is an MFT prelicensed resident under supervision with over six years mental health experience.
Marriage & Family Therapist
Supervised by Crystal Gillery, LMFT
I enjoy my work with couples a great deal. Oftentimes couples do not realize they are bringing their entire families and family histories into their relationship - whether physically invited there or not. Taking the systemic approach allows for the exploration of how values, beliefs, and practices often collide. I use my conflict resolution skills to coach couples on effective and productive communication so they develop the skills to resolve their own conflict.
I am a cultural diversity practitioner and social justice educator. I bring this with me into my practice. It is important that all clients recognize they are valued, seen, and that they are respected.
The psychodynamic model of therapy is the basis for all forms of psychotherapy and includes psychosocial development as well as allowing for the inclusion of other approaches.
Anxiety is a reactor to stress. Often it is situational, but it may be chronic. Those with chronic anxiety have an especially difficult time during times of national and global high stress.
Teens are going through especially tough times now as their social and emotional development is challenged by school closings and oftentimes fear.
Adjustment disorders are the most common of disorders and are prevalent during times of national and global high stress. With the pandemic, racial and cultural disparity, and constant divisiveness - we have found ourselves having to adjust to much we never thought possible.