PhD, MA, MS, LPC-S, NCC
A panel discussion with the Mount Calvary church staff on 10 myths of seeking counseling.
Podcast Interview for RENAR Voice on OCD:
Brandon is passionate about meeting clients where they are. He believes counseling is incredibly powerful in tailoring treatment to their specific needs, experiences, background, and desires. He describes his approach to counseling as responsibly eclectic in crafting a process that facilitates healing through obtaining skills and insights. He has been counseling since 2012 and has experience in marital and premarital counseling, OCD, anger, depression, anxiety, sexuality and sexual addictions, as well as spiritual issues. He also approaches the counseling relationship from a Biblical worldview. He believes that relying on God and these Biblical principles provide the framework for the healing process.
He is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC) in Virginia and West Virginia, approved supervisor in Virginia and West Virginia (APLS) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). He received his Master of Arts (MA) in Professional counseling from Liberty University in 2013 and has several years’ experience in many populations and also holds a Master of Science (MS) in Commercial Aviation. He received his PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2021. His research agenda includes specific focus on sexuality and sexual issues, pornography use, religious involvement, singles, and attraction.
He lives with his wife and four children, and enjoys tending to their small patch of West Virginia mountains. He enjoys traveling, both on road trips with his wife and on overseas missions trips.
Sermon Preached at Hyland Height Baptist Church: Following in the Furnace
Brandon and Heather, Josiah, Benaiah, Aslyn, and Shiloh