Brandy Buckner, Intern
Do you and your partner speak two different languages?
Would things be easier if you had someone to translate?
Oftentimes, understanding can be reached with a neutral, third party to help alleviate the anxiety that results from feeling that you aren’t being heard. I try to keep an unbiased, direct, and gentle approach so that you can feel open to sharing, without judgement, your needs and desires to one another and improve understanding and intimacy.
I believe that we all want to connect with someone and allow others to see who we really are. I want to create a safe space where you feel you can be open, honest and uninhibited when expressing your feelings.
I plan on taking an open and diverse approach to therapy that fits your needs and focuses on you taking the lead in your lives. In the end, my goal is to help you learn more about each other and acquire healthy problem-solving skills.
I am an intern working on my Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at Capella University. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis.