Brandon Wilde - LPC, NCC, Ph.D., M.S.
Dr. Brandon Wilde is a National Board-Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Professional Counselor (AZ) and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (UT). With an M.S. in Counseling-Marital, Couple, and Family; and a Ph.D., in Counselor Education and Counseling, Dr. Wilde has over 10 years of clinical experience along with teaching and supervising Clinical Mental Health, Addiction, and MCFC (Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling) students and post graduate professionals en-route to licensure. As the 2017 recipient of the CACREP Martin Ritchie Award for Excellence in Advocacy, Dr. Wilde is passionate about promoting a strong action-oriented advocacy identity both in and outside of the classroom. Dr Wilde specializes in couples counseling, specifically in the context of relationship trauma due to infidelity, pornography use/addiction, and faith transitions. Working from a strengths-based, attachment framework, Dr. Wilde focuses on working with couples to address the underlying symptoms that may lead to relationship challenges.