Brett “Bre” Ford received her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from La Salle University in Philadelphia, and earned her doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego. She is working toward her Pennsylvania license as a marriage and family therapist. Bre (pronounced Brē) has provided therapeutic services to children, teens, families, and couples in a variety of outpatient settings in California and Pennsylvania and has been an adjunct psychology professor in both states as well. Bre is passionate about helping clients tap into the mind-body connection as a way to heal anxiety and create meaningful change. She incorporates her previous experience as a yoga instructor into the work she does in therapy. She has attended numerous somatic therapy workshops and has lectured to a variety of audiences about the role of mindfulness in therapy. Her areas of clinical interest include communication, trauma, high-conflict relationships, blended families, mood disorders, emotion regulation, and LGBTQ identity. She offers daytime, evening, and weekend appointments.
In her spare time, Bre enjoys running, paddle boarding, visiting the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and most of all, spending time with her amazing daughter, January.