Meet the Therapist
Brian P. Wohlmuth, M.A., M.F.T.
… Brian recognizes that his role as a psychotherapist is to become the facilitator of emotional growth, while concurrently providing an essential source of support.
Top Four Areas of Specialty:
Childhood and Adolescent Issues
Family Systems Therapy
Licensed Marriage And Family Therapist (MFT #20448)
Master’s in Psychological Counseling, University Of Notre Dame
BA, Bowling Green State University
25+ years counseling students with behavioral, social-emotional, psychological, and learning difficulties at a specialized (Non Public School) educational setting.
Completion of a two month rotation as a Military And Family Life Consultant, where short term, solution-focused, supportive counseling was provided to those children, who as do their parents, also serve our country.
Years of Experience Counseling Students
Years of Experience Administering to Child, Adolescent, and Family Adjustment Issues
Years of Experience Treating the Residue of Grief and Loss
Years of Experience Assisting Couples through Revolution ... to Resolution
Working with Brian
When working with an adult who is courageously looking inward, and/or dedicated to the pursuit of a lifestyle alteration, Brian recognizes that his role as a psychotherapist is to become the facilitator of emotional growth, while concurrently providing an essential source of support. His treatment of children either identified as learning disabled, or diagnosed with a variety of social-emotional, behavioral, and psychological disturbances, has taught Brian that a collaborative/team approach is in the best interest of the child. He does not view any man, woman, teenager, or youngster as a thing to be rigidly molded, but rather looks upon each person as a unique individual to be respectfully unfolded.