Brady Sullivan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Illinois State University, a Master of Arts in Human Development Counseling from the University of Illinois – Springfield, and a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Missouri – St. Louis. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Missouri, as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). His specializations include LGBTQ+ concerns and development with a focus on coming out related issues and family rejection. Brady also works with transgender clients who are in the process of transitioning and will provide gender affirmation letters for HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) and/or gender affirmation surgery. Brady works with gay men struggling with body image disturbances as well as relationship issues. In regard to trauma, Brady works with a variety of different traumatic experiences and has a special focus on trauma related to coming out as LGBTQ+. In addition, he specializes in co-dependency and helping clients work through attachment related issues so that they can form healthier relationships. Brady identifies as polyamorous and works with clients in non-monagamous relationship formats. Brady currently works in private practice in St. Louis, Missouri and has an extensive set of clinical experiences including: 7 years working with substance abuse, 2 years working for a youth and family welfare agency, 2 years of experience counseling students in higher education, and 6 years of experience in private practice. Brady also supervises 6 aspiring counselors on their way to full licensure. His personal interests include: brunching, trips to New Orleans, oysters, pool parties, and just being spontaneous in general.