Brad Gros, LPC-S
B.S. in Psychology – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – The University of Memphis
Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor (LPC-S)
Albert Ellis Institute – Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behavior Theory and Techniques
Brad Gros is a Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor. Brad’s experience working in mental health is diverse, working in inpatient hospitals, outpatient clinics, psychiatric residential treatment facilities, and community-based nonprofits. Through his experiences, Brad has gained knowledge providing services to children, adolescents, adults, and families. In his clinical work, Brad tailors his sessions to the specific needs of his individual clients, utilizing evidenced-based approaches. Whether it be ACT, REBT, play, art, or talk, Brad meets his clients where they are. Brad’s ultimate goals are to provide support and assist each client in building internal strength.
Brad enjoys working with all ages; though, he tends to focus primarily on children and adolescents. Brad provides a safe space for young persons to fully express themselves, accept themselves, and reach a deeper understanding of their authentic self. If you are struggling with grief-related issues, LGBTQ+ matters, anxiety, or any mental stressors, Brad is here to provide hope.
Brad is currently the Program Director at Healing House; Hope for Grieving Children. Brad’s time at Healing House began in 2009, expanding his knowledge of and ability to sit with those who are grieving the death of a loved one.