In some ways, suffering ceases to be suffering the moment it finds a meaning. Through this meaning, anyone with a why can bear almost any how.
Brad employs this tool along with a range of other techniques to aid individuals serving in Active Duty, military veterans, first responders such as police officers, firefighters, and paramedics, and others struggling with psychological trauma, PTSD, communication challenges, and a lack of direction/meaning and purpose.
His unique background encompasses service in Active Duty Army and law enforcement and expertise in Logotherapy and existential philosophy. While he welcomes a diverse range of clients, Brad specializes in providing individual and couples counseling to veterans, first-line responders, and their families aged between 20 and 55 who believe in a higher power.
Brad's pursuit of knowledge and research enables him to deliver innovative methods tailored to each client's unique needs. His unwavering commitment to creating a relaxed, secure, and non-judgmental experience further enhances his standard of care.
Brad is licensed in the state of Ohio. He is under supervision of Nicole Michels and Alison Fienning.
Brad is available via telehealth and in person at our West Chester location.