When your negative thoughts take over, what do you do? Do you find yourself anxious, depressed, and struggling with your self-esteem or confidence? Or maybe the negative thoughts about your worth, appearance and mistakes consume you until it feels like it's hard to function? Difficult transitions and trauma have a way of influencing the way you view yourself. Working with your goals, I can help you identify the negative thoughts and beliefs that lead to anxiety, depression and low self-esteem. In this safe and supportive atmosphere, you will learn to challenge these thoughts, and understand their origins.
It's time to retrain your brain. It's time to identify what is true about yourself, and it's time to learn to grow with improved coping skills. While taking the first step can be difficult, this journey is all about empowering you to evolve into the best version of yourself. When you're ready, I'm here to walk beside you.
Breanna Coleman, LCPC, NCC is an Adjunct Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Maryland, and a National Certified Counselor. Ms. Coleman received her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland, College Park, her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University, and served five years as an Analyst with the United States Department of Justice where she developed division-wide wellness programs and rose to the rank of supervisor.
In private practice, Ms. Coleman has a passion for working with young adults and adolescents. Using her experiences as a woman of color that navigated through academia, Division I college athletics, and government employment, Ms. Coleman provides her clients with tools to navigate anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, life transitions, and imposter syndrome.
Ms. Coleman has a history of presenting for The University of Maryland Athletics, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Mental Health Awareness Conference, The Yasha Circle Domestic Violence Conference, and various podcasts. Her topics of interest include women of color and the superwoman syndrome, women in sports, mental health in collegiate athletics, teen dating violence, and anxiety management.
Breanna’s areas of counseling interest include adolescents, teens, bereavement, transition, self esteem/self worth, anxiety management, and adjustment disorders. Apart from her studies, Breanna is employed as an Analyst with the Department of Justice, serves as a Youth Leader at her church, and loves traveling and spending time with her fur babies Bella and Beau.