- General Mental Health
- Domestic Violence
- Crisis Management
- First Responder Counseling
Chandra Brandt MA, LPC, NCC, C-FRC
Chandra’s passion is to support both individuals and couples navigate life’s difficult situations in a secure and safe environment. As a therapist, it is her goal to collaboratively help you to acknowledge and understand the various emotions, thoughts, feelings and behaviors that can often result from challenging and painful experiences. In turn, this understanding will grant you the ability to choose a path of change that is in closest alignment with who you feel you truly are, at your core being, so that you can ultimately live a more meaningful and fulfilling life! If you are seeking change in your life and feel that you might benefit from therapy, I am willing to provide that stable foundation with which to work from. Every step of the way I strive to honor your autonomy in making decisions that help you flourish and thrive in all different aspects of the self.
Chandra Brandt is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both Texas and Colorado. She has a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver, while minoring in Criminal Justice. Chandra has secured additional certificates as a National Board Certified Counselor, Crisis Intervention Trainer and Certified First Responder Counselor. Chandra works from a person-centered and humanistic theoretical orientation, and pulls techniques from evidenced based treatments such as DBT, CBT and ACT.
Chandra has experience in working with suicide prevention, assessment and intervention. She has worked in general mental health, severe mental illness and substance use concerns in detox, residential, criminal justice and Medication-Assisted-Therapy settings. Chandra also works through a trauma-informed lens in order to help clients process past abuse and continue on to abuse recovery. First Responder clients welcome!