17 Sep Brooke Judkins
With over 14 years of experience as a therapist, Brooke Judkins provides comprehensive clinical support for students and families. In the therapeutic process her approach integrates attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, developmental theory, and structural and experiential family therapy. Brooke’s experience in a variety of therapeutic settings—outpatient, wilderness, and residential—allows her to meet parents and families at their current level of functioning, and help them move forward on a path towards greater health and satisfaction. She believes that with the proper supports, individuals and families have the capacity to become more resilient and balanced.
Brooke is devoted to helping clients improve their personal well-being and intimate relationships, especially in the role of being a parent. Her education in Mental Health Counseling (M.S.) and a Ph.D. in Child & Family Studies, both from the University of Tennessee, created the foundation from which her clinical expertise has continued to grow.
Brooke’s work focuses on supporting parents from conception through launching young adult children. She offers counseling for parents struggling with high-needs children from the ages of 10 through young adulthood (including transitions home from a wilderness or residential program).