Brooke Brody, LCSW
Brooke Brody, MSW is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of California. Brooke is a doctoral student at Prescott College, completing his dissertation in the area of “Advances in the treatment of trauma.” He has worked as a therapist in wilderness therapy programs, other clinical facilities and therapeutic schools for the past 21 years. Brooke was the founder in 2006 of the Potomac Pathways outpatient behavioral health facility in the Washington, DC area and operated the program for 14 years. The facility offered psychiatric day treatment and intensive outpatient programs for teens and young adults with moderate-to-severe mental health and/or substance use challenges. Brooke is an “intensively trained” Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) therapist, trained by the Behavioral Tech institute, founded by the developer of the DBT model, Marsha Linehan, PhD. DBT (Linehan, 1993) was developed to treat persons with a history of severe trauma, suicidal ideation, self-injury, and borderline personality disorder. We look forward to Brooke's contributions and top-notch skillset and wish him prosperity in the organization.