Brooke Herzog, LCSW
Brooke Herzog is a clinical social worker. She has extensive experience working with families, children, and teens in a variety of settings ranging from outpatient agencies and in-home environments to leading group therapy in academic settings. Brooke provides individual counseling services for children and adults who are struggling to reach their potential because of anxiety, trauma, emotional dysregulation, attention problems, and/or social cognitive challenges. She received her Master’s degree at Boise State University and training in medical social work in 2013. Brooke utilizes cognitive behavioral interventions along with mindfulness, expressive therapies (drama, art, and movement), solution-focused, and interpersonal approaches when working with clients. Throughout the years, she has also developed proficiency in teaching parents, children, and families about self-regulation. She has co-authored research articles in the field and is grateful to be able to live out her passion for helping others. Outside of work, Brooke enjoys spending time with family, cooking for friends, skiing, and playing music with her talented husband.
University: Boise State University