Breanna Bisek

You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress at the same time.

10:00 am – 4:00 pm
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Breanna currently sees clients both virtually and in-person.

Breanna is accepting new clients.

I am passionate about working with highly sensitive individuals or those who are living with a mental health diagnosis, chronic pain, or trauma. Although education and awareness is on the rise, our society is not designed for neurodivergent individuals. This may make life feel like too much at times, however there is hope. As a neurodiverse therapist, I understand these challenges firsthand. I am here to help you find a balanced life that suits you by offering support while you navigate life’s ups and downs.

I value an authentic and collaborative experience in therapy. I provide a calm, non-judgmental space to be curious, learn, and grow while using empathy and humor. I believe in using person-centered, strengths based approaches, as each individual is unique and should be celebrated as such. My specialties include working with young adults and adults experiencing mood disorders, anxiety, perfectionism, codependency, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, negative thinking patterns (overthinking, cognitive distortions, ruminating), highly sensitive people, self esteem, lifestyle changes and building healthy habits (unhealthy coping skills, diet, sleep, exercise). I am influenced by Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, existentialism, and Eastern philosophies such as Buddhism, mindfulness, yoga, and qi gong. I enjoy nature and like to incorporate it in the healing process, whether it be through metaphor, materials, or going outside. In art therapy, my focus is on the process, not the outcome. I believe the healing happens in the journey and each individual is responsible for creating their own destiny. 

As an Art Therapy intern, I am currently finishing my master’s degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from the Adler Graduate School, and am supervised by Angela (Pitton) Abdo, LPCC.


Mood Disorders (Bipolar disorder, Depression)


Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)

Highly Sensitive People