Brett Cutts M.S., Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
Supervised by Dr. Lisa Grubbs, Ph.D., LPC-S, CSC, GC-C, NCC (TX License # 66773)
“Man does not simply exist but always decides what his existence will be, what he will become the next moment. By the same token, every human being has the freedom to change at any instant.”
-Victor Emil Frankl
“My approach to counseling focuses on an equal and collaborative relationship between myself and the client. I seek to assist those working with me to reach their goals through finding their authentic self in a safe and supportive space. I hope to provide empathy and understanding while guiding clients to achieve their goals.”
Brett Cutts is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate who holds a Master of Science degree from Texas Woman’s University, ranked as one of the most diverse Universities in the country. During this time he worked at the school’s Community Counseling Center gaining experience with a diverse population of individuals. Throughout this experience, Brett noticed that while each person’s experience was different many were not reaching their goal of who they wanted to be. Brett believes that individuals are best helped through not only dealing with presenting symptoms, but continuing to explore their thoughts and ideas through counseling.
Brett has conducted counseling with a diverse population seeing individuals and groups. He has worked with individuals presenting with depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, abuse, complex trauma, sexual assault, lack of meaning, and hopelessness.
While Brett pulls from a variety of therapeutic modalities his primary framework is existential psychotherapy. What this means…this approach focuses on the counselor collaborating with and assisting the client on identifying, building on, and/or improving the client’s philosophy on life and the world around them.
Brett’s Areas of Interest Include:
- Adolescents and adults (ages 14 and up)
- Life Transitions
- LGBT+ Concerns
- Video Game Addiction
- Stress Management
- Grief and Bereavement
- Eating Disorders
- Identity Issues/Development
- Gender and Sexuality Exploration and Expression
- Spirituality & Religious Trauma
- Men’s Issues
- Career Counseling
- Trauma-Informed Counseling
- Existential Psychotherapy
- Telehealth Trained
Contact Brett Cutts by emailing him at [email protected] or calling his direct line at (940)-274-2545.
**Brett is out-of-network with insurance and accepting private pay clients only at this time.**
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