Briana Moretti, AMFT
Beginning your healing journey can be one of the scariest, yet most beautiful, experiences you decide to undergo. It can be so hard to find yourself in a place in life where you are dissatisfied and longing for more; more closeness within your relationships, more fulfillment within yourself, and more peace in both your inner and outer world.
I strive to create a therapeutic space for my clients that promotes healing through empathy and trust, and provides a safe space to be challenged in order to shed light onto the areas of life that are afflicting them. Within our sessions, you can expect to be welcomed with a therapeutic lens that is trauma-informed, systemic, and client-centered. I find myself most often working with clients looking to process and explore past traumas, inner-childhood wounding, interpersonal conflicts, self-fulfillment concerns, life transitions, and spirituality.
I have specialized training in the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy (both Level One and Two), and I obtained my master's degree in Couples and Family Therapy from Adler University as well as my bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Women & Gender Studies from Roosevelt University.
I am passionate about working with clients who are looking to rewrite their old narratives, create new meaning in their lives, and reconnect with their true, highest selves. It is an honor and privilege to work alongside my clients in their healing journeys, and I aim to create an atmosphere where that is not only felt, but also encourages further healing.