Brennan Johnston earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Film, Video and New Genres from University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Roosevelt University with a graduation date of May of 2020. He has experience working in the high school setting, as well as in crisis intervention.
Brennan’s areas of focus include working with adolescents and adults, LGBTQ+ and identity issues, as well as trauma and grief.
Brennan uses a variety of treatment modalities with a focus on emotions and experiential work. Each individual encouraged to express their feelings and Brennan aims to help them do so in a productive manner to reach their therapeutic goals. Brennan strives to work with people from all walks of life by meeting them where they are and understanding their unique life philosophy and experiences.
In his personal time, Brennan enjoys reading and writing, listening to music, playing guitar and piano, cooking, and traveling.