Brianna Rollins

Brianna Rollins

MSW, LICSWA, SC61257625

Get to know me:

I graduated from Eastern Washington University with my Bachelor of Arts in Social Work in 2019 and my Master of Social Work in 2020. After graduation, as a black woman, I wanted to give back to the community that helped raise me. The desire to give back lead me to work as the Program Coordinator for the Carl Maxey Center. To continue giving back to the individuals in my community I came to clinical social work.

What struggles am I most skilled at addressing as a mental health professional?

Brianna treats: anxiety, depression, emotional disturbances, and stress. She helps individuals address issues surrounding coping skills, developing healthy boundaries, self-esteem and understanding their barriers to good mental health. She is an ally of the LGBTQIA+ community and seek support individuals in areas of body positivity and couples in opening their relationships and maintaining their current open relationships. Brianna is skilled at providing special insights to the African American community.

What populations do I work with?

Brianna works with children (ages 7-12), adolescents (ages 13-19), adults.

What is my approach to healing?

As a clinician my goal is to help empower my clients integrate their traumatic experiences into their narrative using a client centered and strengths base approach.  I use a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Internal Family Systems Therapy to support my clients through their therapy.  People are experts in their own lives and are incredibly resistant.

Education: Master of Social Work
School: Eastern Washington University – Cheney, WA
Year Graduated: 2020

Years in Practice: 1