Julia Brown, Doctoral Intern
Provides individual therapy/Virtual Exposure Therapy/Relaxation training and Pre-employment Evaluations
Julia is a current doctoral intern, working under the supervision of Dr. Carrie Steiner. She is in her fourth year, working toward her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Julia has clinical experience working with an array of populations. She plans to direct her clinical work to serve military, veteran, and first responder populations following the completion of her degree. She is currently studying the importance of understanding the military/first responder identity and culture for clinicians who are working with veterans/first responders who experienced combat-related injuries.
Julia is dedicated and passionate about utilizing the skills and knowledge she has gained to serve those who serve our communities and country. She comes from a long line of military and first responder family members who instilled respect for the duty, honor, and sacrifice of all who strive to protect our safety and security.
Julia believes in both trauma-informed and a strengths-based approach to therapeutic services. With experience in short and long-term therapies utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), relaxation and meditation strategies, and currently in training for Virtual Exposure Therapy.