I’m Brooke Medina
Registered Play Therapist Supervisor
Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor
Not an acronym, a Mom
I work with Children & Families
I work with Women
I work with Schools
Great Therapy has Great Benefits
The Tools You Need For Change
Lasting change requires having the right tools and strategies. Our goal is to equip you with everything you need to make lasting change.
A Plan That Fits Your Life
Your situation is unique, and so are your challenges. Together we’ll build a plan based on tangible outcomes that fits into your life.
A Safe Space To Talk
Confidence Moving Forward
Connect, Heal, & Move Forward with Therapy that Fits You
Hi. I’m Brooke, and I’m glad you’re here.
I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor, a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, a psychotherapist, and a mom (and a bunch of other things too).
If you’re considering therapy for you or your loved one(s), that means you’re brave. I’m here to tell you that there’s hope. Breakthrough is possible.
You have what you need to move forward, you just might need a hand making a plan that works for you. I’m here to help you build that plan.
Together, we can combine our experiences into therapy that works the way you’ve been hoping it can. Let’s find the therapy that’s right for you.
Here’s How To Start Therapy With Me…
1. Schedule A Discovery Call With Me
Fill out a quick contact form, and get a call back from me within 24 hours.
2. Let’s Discuss Your Situation
We’ll talk through your current needs, what you’re looking for, the logistics of therapy, and then find your next best step to move forward.
3. Move Forward
We’ll either schedule your first therapy session, or find a best fit referral for you. You’ll be taking steps forward in therapy.
Rates and Insurance
If you’re considering therapy with me, and have questions about how much it costs and how it works with your insurance, just click below to find out.
This is what therapy is like
“You let time pass. That’s the cure. You survive the days. You float like a rabid ghost through the weeks. You cry and wallow and lament and scratch your way back up through the months. And then one day you find yourself alone on a bench in the sun and you close your eyes and lean back your head and you realize you’re okay.”