Dr. Brown is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and Assistant Professor in the Graduate Psychology and Counseling Program. It is her passion to work with counselor-trainees in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program as they complete their degree and move toward becoming licensed counselors. She believes it is important for graduates to be competent counselors as they work in the community in various settings while at the same time balancing their faith against the profession which is often contrary to Christianity.
Dr. Brown has a private practice where she sees clients with depression, grief, chronic pain, end-of-life/life review, domestic violence, and trauma victims.
She taught online counseling courses for seven years for Liberty University. She has worked with victims of domestic violence at the Women’s Protective Services. As a contract specialist, she worked with persons with intellectual disabilities at MHMR.
She has been a member of the Green Lawn Church of Christ for the past 20 years. Dr. Brown has been married to her high school sweetheart for 46 years. They have two grown children, seven grandchildren, and one great granddaughter. She enjoys spending time with her grandchildren.