Kendale Brown is trained as a professional counselor (LPC), a chemical dependency counselor (LCDC), an eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapist, and a mental health first aid instructor. In addition, she has completed marriage and family therapy coursework and earned her Master of Arts in counseling from Dallas Baptist University. She has also earned her MBA and is a certified life coach and educator.

Brown’s expertise encompasses a wide range of issues including trauma, anger, addiction, anxiety, abuse, phase of life, self-esteem, sexuality, and couples/family conflict. Her diverse background and cross-cultural experience further enhance her ability to connect with clientele, provide support, and help individuals overcome addiction and regain control over their lives.

Brown actively engages with the community and is a sought-after speaker for mental health awareness events and organizations. She demonstrates a great passion for the field of mental health, prioritizing neurodiversity in her work. She is dedicated to helping individuals with ADHD navigate their challenges and ensure they have the necessary support and resources.