Brian Burkett, MS, LLP

Contact Info

Brian can be reached at 269-447-1399 or brianbtherapy@gmail.com.

Fee Information

Brian does not bill directly to insurance, but will provide an itemized billing statement that can be submitted to insurance for possible reimbursement. Payment is expected at the time of treatment. Cash, credit, and check are accepted payment methods.

Brian Burkett, MS, LLP is a licensed Masterís level clinical psychologist who provides individual therapy for clients ages 14 and up, and family therapy with a particular focus on the parent-child relationship. He is dual-oriented, with expertise in both psychodynamic psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Brian has an integrated psychodynamic / CBT approach to treatment, and can also teach ancillary dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) skills. Brian works to help clients process emotions and reflect on experiences to provide clarity of mind and to improve daily functioning. He specializes in working with individuals with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, and eating disorders. Brian welcomes all individuals and families of all backgrounds into a non-judgmental and supportive environment. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and follows their ethical guidelines in his practice.

Education & Training

Brian completed his Master's degree in Applied Psychology at Long Island University, C.W. Post, in 2010. He graduated with an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Vassar College in 2004. Brian performed his clinical psychology training hours at the Long Island University Psychological Services Center in 2009. During this time, he had specialized training in cognitive and personality assessments at Nassau County Medical Center's child inpatient unit. In 2011, Brian completed an externship at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, with a focus on adolescent evidence-based treatment and assessment on the pediatric emergency unit. Brian also worked at the eating disorder residential unit at New York State Psychiatric Hospital, where he provided daily psychoanalysis under the supervision of the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Institute. He has since worked in the local community in a practice specializing in treating patients with eating disorders. Brian currently works at the Saint Joseph Mercy Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program where he provides group, family, and individual therapy.