Brooke Bull, LMFT

Clinical Sex Therapy Associate

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Brooke has been especially kind and understanding, and has given us wonderful tools to move forward with. We look to the future with confidence and hope, knowing that whatever lies ahead will be just what was meant to be, all along. She gave us a safe place to come each week and truly be ourselves. Brooke was that gentle hand that helped us where we went astray. We have learned so much. She will be forever with us.


–C.T.

An important theme in Brooke's work is a focus on relationships, and how people make meaning in those relationships. She has expertise working with couples where one or both members experiences depression and/or anxiety. Her work is informed by a deep commitment to social justice, and an acknowledgment that social realities can both facilitate and hinder wellness.

Brooke is writing a dissertation on families with transgender members, particularly the experience of parents who support and facilitate their children’s transitions. She is a dedicated ally to the trans community both in her therapy work and personal life.

Education:
Mount Holyoke College, BA in Studio Art
University of Maryland College Park, MA in Literature
Antioch University New England, MA in Marriage and Family Therapy

Training:
Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Levels 1 and 2
St. Joseph’s University, Externship in Emotionally Focused Therapy with George Faller, LMFT
The Kripalu Center, Interpersonal Neurobiology with Dr. Daniel Siegel
Dr. Janie Long, Concord, NH, Clinical Considerations of Sexual and Gender Diversity in Work with Couples and Families

Professional Membership:
AAMFT, Clinical Fellow

When my partner and I were in session with Brooke, I often got a feeling of possibility, something I attribute to her ability to facilitate conversations that feel different. It was a rewarding experience that was not always easy but definitely worth it.


–Anonymous

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