Anisa Brazier



Psychotherapist and Community Engagement Specialist

I believe that everyone deserves to have a sanctioned space where they can prioritize their needs and goals, in order to process past and present experiences. In a society where we are expected to be happy and not allowed to experience a full range of emotions, I want to ensure that my clients will feel affirmed in their feelings, while simultaneously challenging them to analyze their roots. As a clinician, my primary goal is to support my clients in healing from the inside out and tailor the therapeutic relationship to each individual’s need, while simultaneously emphasizing the importance of community, connection, and collaboration to ultimately achieve liberation.

I obtained my Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology degree from Loyola University and my Master’s of Counseling Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology where I concentrated in Latinx/BIPOC mental health. I have experience serving individuals (16+), as well as couples, and have provided community mental health based counseling services to adult clients with a history of sexual trauma or abuse. I also have experience in supporting clients through the following: sexual health/wellness, life transitions, grief, anxiety, depression, identity development (including sexual identity), and racial trauma. Finally, I currently serve as a co-chair on the BIPOC Committee for ACSSW (Association of Counseling Sexology & Sexual Wellness).

Within the therapeutic space, I utilize an integrative relational-cultural and trauma informed approach. I intend to provide a sacred, non-judgmental, and collaborative environment where client’s have the support to explore their past, present, and future selves. I specialize in working with clients who may experience anxiety, depression, trauma/stress-related concerns, sexual trauma, relationship stress, and sexual/gender identity. I look forward to being a co-pilot on your journey towards healing!

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