Brian Flynn focuses on personal strength and resilience in resolving conflict and trauma. Mr. Flynn works with individuals and families who have experienced trauma in their childhood and adult lives and subsequently live with associated post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and depression.
Brian assists people afflicted with mood disorders including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, ADHD, AODA and other chronic health issues including addiction and dual diagnosis.
One aspect of his practice is engaging individuals and families in change. Flynn’s style and approach to helping people is compassionate, positive, pragmatic, and eclectic. He tends to be quite active and direct in personal and relational problem-solving. Brian believes honest, clear, direct, and supportive feedback is essential in assisting people in crisis.
Brian employs a range of practical interventions in his practice, including resilience training, mindfulness, brief interventions, motivational interviewing, and stages of change. He believes that involving oneself in his or her process of change is a very challenging and courageous experience and he is respectful of this process for individuals.
On a personal note, Brian Flynn’s goal for living is to be in the present intentionally and happily.