Bryan Stephey MA, MLS, LPC, SAP, CTP, SOTP, JSOTS, PsyD Candidate
A combat veteran of both the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army, where he served as a Career Counselor, Bryan completed his BS in Addiction Studies with a dual minor in Woman’s Studies and Ethics at Viterbo University in 2015. He then moved to Ashland Kentucky and completed both his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and VoLT Certificate at Marshall University, graduating in 2017. Bryan continued his education by completing a Master’s in Legal Studies at WVU and is a Doctoral Candidate in Forensic Psychology at California Southern University. Bryan has worked in a wide variety of roles in the field, including completing his master’s internship in the Roundtable Program at
Riverpark Hospital working with juvenile sex offenders, conducting IOP and group and individual therapy with court involved clients with co-occurring mental health diagnoses at High Point Treatment Center; an outpatient community mental health clinic in Taunton, MA, and most recently as a contracted therapist providing mental health and substance abuse counseling at Aspire to Inspire Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Teays Valley. Bryan is certified as a clinical trauma professional, sex offender treatment provider, juvenile sex offender treatment specialist, and as a DOT Substance Abuse Professional. Bryan was recently added to the WV Supreme Court’s roster of approved family court mediators as a professional mediator. Bryan is a licensed professional counselor, and a member of the West Virginia Licensed Professional Counselor Association Board of Directors, with an interest in legislative affairs as well as sitting on the WVAAPP Professional Development Committee.