Brianna Intili, MA, NCC
Director of Professional Development
- Gender Identity
- Life Transitions
- Adjustment disorders
- Body Image
- Emotion Regulation
Brianna is a pre-licensed clinician working towards hours for professional counseling licensure. She is supervised by Caleb Dunn, LPC, NCC.
As the youngest of five, there was never a dull moment in our household. Through the years I have learned to find calm in the chaos and as an adult, it is now my passion to help others find calm in their chaos, whatever that may be. I approach counseling with an empathetic, mindfulness-based approach that centers on a genuine, trusting relationship between counselor and client. I believe each individual knows themselves best; my goal is to walk with you towards the solution that brings you the most peace and provides you the space to navigate adversity without fear of judgment. Through this guidance, we will bring awareness to patterns that cause dissatisfaction and reconstruct how you experience each day. It is my goal to empower clients to lead a more fulfilling life through the use of mindful, cognitive-based techniques and a person-centered lens.
I specialize in working with adolescents and adults dealing with mood disorders, low self-esteem, relationship issues, and life transitions to name a few. I approach healing with a holistic view, which focuses on the whole person. I believe mental and physical health are interconnected and I support individuals in facilitating a healthy lifestyle, however that looks to them! In my spare time, you will find me walking dogs, cooking delicious meals, and spending time with my sisters.
I completed my undergraduate degree at James Madison University in Virginia where I received a bachelor of science in Psychology with a minor in Biology. I stayed in Virginia for my master of arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Marymount University in Arlington, where I found my passion for helping adolescents and adults in a private practice setting.
I am drawn to counseling because of experiences that allow me to see through the lens of others and motivate me to help those on their journey towards wellness. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
Schedule of Availability:
Monday: 3-8p; in-office or virtual
Tuesday: 8-2p; in-office or virtual
Wednesday: 3-8p; in-office or virtual
Thursday: 8-2p; in-office or virtual
Blogs by Brianna
7 Things to Consider When Moving in With Your Partner
Moving in with your partner can be an exciting step in your relationship. Moving in is often a symbol of commitment, progression, and a celebration of connection. But, on the other hand, it can be a challenge that forces you to confront areas of your relationship that...
Attachment Styles Part 1: Which Are You?
Have you ever heard the phrase attachment style or wondered where the terms "clingy" or "avoidant" originate? Attachment refers to your connection with friends, family, or romantic partners. People with whom you've grown close. Your connection pattern is commonly...
Attachment Styles Part 2: The Impact on Relationships
Common Effects of Your Attachment Style Hi there! Welcome back to part 2 of my series on the influence of attachment styles. If you're reading this blog, chances are it is a continuation of the first part of my series, "What are attachment styles?" The former article...
Building Boundaries with Social Media
Society has described social media as one of the best and worst inventions of the 21st century. In the beginning, the idea seemed genius. Let us create an online forum that allows individuals in two different places to connect, share thoughts, create memories, and so...
How to Deal with your Parents’ Divorce
Divorce hits hard for everyone involved. Whether you’re the couple separating, friends of the couple, or the children, divorce can shake a system to its core. If children are involved, depending on the nature of the divorce and the child’s resiliency, divorce can...
Why New Year’s Resolutions Are Good and How to Rebuild Them?
This year is the year. You are finally going to make a change and start the year off strong with a new year's resolution; you are going to wake up at five in the morning and hit the gym six days a week. Maybe you decide to journal twice a day to unload what has...