Brianna Brower, M.A.
- Education: Ph.D. Candidate in Clinical Psychology. Howard University, Washington, DC, Anticipated, May 2021
- Education: M.A. Forensic and Legal Psychology. Marymount University, 2015
- Education: B.A. Psychology, Minor in Criminal Justice. North Carolina A&T State University, 2013
Children and Adolescents
About Ms. Brower
Brianna is the Office Manager at Warner Psychology Associates, and has worked at Warner Psychology Associates since 2016. She oversees the day-to-day office operations and ensures clients have a smooth and pleasant introduction to the practice.
In addition to her role as Office Manager, Brianna also performs educational and psychological evaluations for individuals across the life span. Testing is tailored to capture the full picture of each client’s strengths and challenges. Recommendations and interventions are specific to each client and are designed to build self-knowledge and foster positive outcomes.
Brianna has a special interest in working with children, adolescents and young adults experiencing anxiety, depression, adjustment difficulties, and interpersonal issues. Her therapy and assessment style is guided by a systems approach. That is, clients are influenced by many factors, including family, friends, school, neighborhood, race, and culture. Brianna helps clients understand how these factors have influenced them, and works with clients to highlight their strengths in order to promote change.
Brianna has previous supervised experience conducting educational and psychological testing for students at Achievement Preparatory Academy, Elsie Whitlow Stokes Public Charter School and George Mason University. She has conducted psychological testing for student-athletes at the University of Maryland, College Park. Additionally, Brianna has supervised experience providing individual therapy to children, adolescents and adults.
Brianna’s research interests focus on how childhood stress impacts development, and the development of culturally sensitive interventions. She is currently examining the impact of trauma on emotional, behavioral and physical development.