Broghan is a Limited Licensed Counselor (LLC) with her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Michigan University. She works with individual adults and children 12-years and older. Broghan has also completed training in perinatal mood disorders and maternal mental health.
As a counselor, Broghan believes that the therapeutic relationship is of utmost importance throughout the counseling experience and recognizes how essential it is for clients to feel supported and empowered throughout the process. She offers clients a space to gain clarity, understanding, and challenge old ways of thinking. Broghan believes that the client is the ultimate expert in their lives and sees counseling as a collaborative relationship between the counselor and client. She sees her role as to facilitate finding a path of peace and fulfillment according to clients’ individual needs. She believes the counseling process is filled with opportunities for education and life changing growth.
Broghan leans towards a direct approach to therapy and believes in the importance of the here-and-now, assisting clients in focusing on what they are experiencing in the moment to understand the deeper emotions and meaning. Her approach to therapy involves going deeper and helping the client to explore their authentic self so they can flourish in their own personal growth. Broghan finds it very important that her clients walk away with a sense of fulfillment and peace within their lives. It is her hope that clients feel more connected with themselves and learn the tools to express themselves in whichever ways that means for them. Overall, she believes it is important that her clients feel a sense of accomplishment and pride in the work that they have done within themselves throughout the counseling process.
Broghan specializes in women’s issues such as life circumstances and oppression and is passionate about racial identity formation and minority experiences. With roots in athletics in her personal life, she appreciates working with sports and athlete related issues. She finds special interest in working with individuals experiencing trauma in any form, including birth, childhood, religious, or complex trauma experiences. She enjoys supporting clients through life transitions, religious and spiritual exploration, issues related to self-esteem and body image, and those who are on a path of grief and loss.
Counseling Services Overview
- Works with individuals only (12-years-old and up).
- Conducts sessions via in-person and telehealth.
- Currently passionate about self-esteem aspects.
- Recently learning about relationships with parents and its impact on attachment.
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Recently learned about perinatal mental health for women.
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- Racial Identity
- Relationship Issues
- Trauma and PTSD
- Women’s Issues
- Birth Trauma
Schedule an Appointment with Broghan Gamble
Call Kalamazoo Therapy Group at (269) 225-5148, or send a message.