Brock is a LGPC working under the supervision of Allison McQuaid, LCPC.
Brock provides an open and welcoming space to connect with his clients. He understands that every person has their own identity and must be treated as an individual. Brock cares deeply about his clients as they work together to set and achieve their goals.
While completing his undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University in Psychology, he was also a member of the Men’s Lacrosse team. Brock continued his educational career earning his Clinical Professional Counseling master’s degree at Loyola University Maryland. He also spent a couple of summers playing professional lacrosse for the Atlanta Blaze. Brock has a true passion for sports and working with athletes. As a former athlete himself, he understands the pressure that goes into playing a sport.
Much of his experience is with teenagers and young adults. He works with a range of issues including performance anxiety, life transitions, stress, confidence, and mental and physical well-being. Brock also has experience in career counseling, helping clients explore their career interests, building resume and cover letters, and practicing interviewing skills.
As a counselor, Brock believes that building rapport is an essential part of the therapeutic process as well as determining treatment plans. He takes on a client-centered approach while also incorporating other techniques such as CBT and solution-focused therapy.
Brock is in the office Wednesday and Thursday evenings.