Brianna Marks, LMSW is a Licensed Master Social Worker who has successfully worked with diverse populations including adults and children and families in a variety of settings including schools, outpatient, and in-home programs. Brianna will be providing services to clients for outpatient sessions as part of the FAM program. She has spent the last two years specializing in the treatment of interfering symptoms that may accompany Autism Spectrum Disorder and enjoys working with families.
Brianna focuses on client strengths using empathic listening, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused techniques to help clients meet their goals. She has also utilized behavior modification techniques including applied behavior analysis, cognitive behavior therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy to improve social skills, health goals, and relationship issues. Brianna has experience working with children on the autism spectrum, families and children with disabilities, adults with neurological disorders such as brain injury, ADHD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, transitional phases, family issues, and adults and children with co-occurring disorders. She collaborates with clients throughout their treatment and is passionate about self-empowerment.