Randall (Randy) Browning, LPCC
I start with the premise that we all want to be happy. But sometimes we get lost in that pursuit of happiness and lose our vision and direction in life. Frequently, I refer to ancient Greek and Roman philosophy as well as Buddhism as a way of building a base to organize our approach to living.
I am a strengths-based therapist. Many of my clients have survived tremendous trauma, depression, and anxiety. I always want to know…”How did you do that?” In answering this question, we start to identify and explore the strengths that people already bring to the table. I believe that our healing comes from our strength.
Areas of expertise include Anger Management, Anxiety, Bipolar, Career Stress, Coping Skills, Depression, Grief/Loss, Life transitions, Men’s Issues, Mid-life issues, Panic & Phobias, Relationships, Self-Esteem/empowerment, Stress Management, Substance Issues, Trauma.
Therapeutic modalities include Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Trauma-Informed, Solution-focused therapy, Non-religious Therapy, Telehealth, Strength-based, philosophical counseling, existential, archetypal
BS in Psychology from the University of Texas at Dallas
Masters of Counseling from Southwestern College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Member: National Philosophical Counseling Association, and the Secular Therapy Project