Breanna Katz is a licensed psychotherapist and clinical social worker who believes deeply in the power of resilience and the human spirit.
She offers treatment for a variety of issues including:
- Teens, parenting and family issues
- Grief and loss
- Panic attacks
- Resiliency training
- Couples Counseling
- Stage of life transition
After receiving her B.A. from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, Breanna earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington (with a concentration in clinical mental health).
Breanna has worked with a wide variety of client populations, and has extensive experience in acute psychiatric settings. A strong advocate for human welfare, equality and individual dignity, Breanna creates an inviting, non-judgemental therapy space for people of all backgrounds and life stages. She provides encouragement and support while facilitating personal insights and inspiring her clients to make powerful, practical changes in their day-to-day lives. Thoughtfully customizing her treatment approach to the individual needs, wants and life circumstances of each client, Breanna is a passionate believer in every human’s potential to meet and overcome seemingly overwhelming life challenges.
A native of the DFW area, Breanna enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and three rescue dogs. In her free time, Breanna enjoys volunteering at various animal shelters in the area as well as being a mental health advocate for several nonprofits in the area.