Clinical Practicum- Fairfax
James Bryan is a practicum student from Northwestern University at which he is currently working towards his M.A. in Counseling. He holds two Masters degrees, one in Systematic Theology and another in Philosophy, and is a Ph.D. Candidate in the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America. He has a passion for understanding the human person and takes an integrative approach to therapy combining his knowledge in psychology, philosophy, and theology to help his clients. He takes a collaborative approach to therapy and strives to help the client discover his or her true self. He has taught philosophy at CUA and is currently an adjunct professor at Mount St. Mary’s University. James is also available for speaking engagements.
- Primary: Anxiety/Fears, Depression, Grief/Loss, Spirituality, Vocational Issues
- Secondary: Trauma/PTSD, Sex and Pornography Addiction, Relationships
- Treatment Orientations: Psychodynamic, Existential, Person-Centered, Humanistic, Mindfulness, Interpersonal, Integrative
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