Brandon Browning, PhD, LCPC
Brandon Browning is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC 7983). He received his Master of Counseling degree from Idaho State University and went on to receive his Ph.D. in Counselor Education at Auburn University. Brandon has been counseling, supervising, and instructing other counselors since 2003. He has enjoyed counseling individuals with diverse backgrounds in Idaho and Alabama. He has years of experience working with teens, adults, and couples. He sees clients with various concerns including depression, anxiety disorders, low self-esteem, trauma, pornography addiction, relationship concerns, and spiritual crisis. Brandon loves helping people find who they are, where they are going, and how to tap into tools and reservoirs of strength to meet their challenges. He takes a positive approach to counseling, with an understanding that each person has infinite potential even if they currently do not feel it. He draws upon multiple psychotherapeutic models and utilizes a spectrum of interventions. He believes people have innate strengths and finds that resilience can assist them in managing their current concerns. He has been married for over twenty years, has four children, and finds that prioritizing his family relationships and faith serves as an empowering springboard into everything else he does.
Brandon has been featured on Psychology Today here.
Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education, Auburn University
Master of Counseling, Idaho State University
Licenses and Certifications
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Supervisor-Idaho Board of Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists
AMCAP Association of Latter Day Saint Counselor and Psychotherapists