Bryan holds a Master’s degree from West Texas A&M University in Professional Counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and he has been a practicing therapist since 2002. Prior to working at Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute, Bryan practiced with a range of populations including those with developmental disabilities, chronic mental illness, substance abuse, and family systems in private practice and community mental health programs.
Recently, Bryan was promoted to Clinical Manger and has been a long-time psychotherapist with Moody Neuro in Lubbock. He represents Moody Neuro at Chamber of Commerce community functions to provide brain injury information and availability of rehabilitative options. His areas of specialization at Moody Neuro include individual, group, and family psychotherapy, substance abuse for patients with brain injuries, and family systems skills improvements. Alongside his work at Moody Neuro, Bryan is completing a PhD program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology with emphasis on Team Dynamics and Leadership Development.