Cameron C. Brown, PhD Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Once you step into the therapy room with Cameron, you instantly feel his energy, heart, and expertise. He is committed to offering empowering, compassionate, and effective treatment. Working from a strengths-based collaborative approach, he predominantly uses Symbolic Experiential and Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) techniques as a part of his treatment practices. He has had extensive clinical experience working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families from all walks of life in school systems and community clinics in Utah, Kansas, and right here in the beautiful state of Texas. He has successfully treated a variety of concerns such as depression, anxiety, confidence, behavioral issues, parenting, stress, anger, communication, sex, and problematic pornography use.
Cameron received his Bachelors of Science in Family Studies as well as his Master's of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brigham Young University. He then received his doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Kansas State University.
In addition to his clinical work at Desert Sky, he is a faculty member at Texas Tech University, where he supervises and trains the next generation of mental and behavioral health therapists in the Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy masters and doctoral programs. He has been recognized for his quality training and instruction by being awarded the Hemphill-Wells New Professor Excellence in Teaching Award, a campus-wide award. As a part of this position he also conducts cutting-edge research about couples, health, and sex, which is regularly published in widely recognized academic journals and presented at national and state conferences hosted by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, National Council on Family Relations, and Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. He also is an active member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and the Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
He loves college sports (wreck'em), queso, reading Dog Man with his kids, and having his nose in a book.