Bryant Packard MS., LMFT-Associate, Neurofeedback Specialist, EMDR Trained, Leadership Coach, Master’s in Science in Counseling and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate providing Therapy, Coaching and Neurofeedback Career Transition Coaching & ADHD/Autism Life Coaching focused on Trauma, PTSD, and Mood Disorders aimed at improving wellbeing and a satisfying life. Supervised by Glen R. Hilton, MS, LPC-S, LMFT-S
Bryant believes that “deep personal work unblocks great power that supercharges the self, your immediate professional and personal circles. By actualizing your authentic self, you raise everyone and the initiatives around you to their highest selves infusing them with passion and conviction.”
“I meet people where they are, to get to where they want to be” helping people work through the Traumas and challenges in life, or to recover from Addictions, Anxiety, Identity or Family of Origin. Whether issues at work or home bring you to this point, stepping into making things better improves your life and the lives of everyone around you. You are not alone! What you do here matters.
Bryant works with individuals, couple and family relationships to actualize their authentic and whole selves. Over the last 20 years Bryant begin developing work in 12-step, Peer Counseling groups, mentor and at-risk youth mentoring before pursuing Marriage and Family therapy licensure. Frequent Transformational work Intensives include The BraveHeart Experience, Mankind Projects New Warrior Training Adventure, and AHC’s Mature Masculinity.
Bryant spent 25 years as a Technology and Communications Manager in professional roles creating teams, systems and processes for Fortune 100 Technology and Oil & Gas companies. Bryant worked with creatives, operations and lead international organizations. Bryant began developing systemic and relational skills while working at the Corporate level in Project Management and Leadership Development programs. 15 years of Personal Leadership development honed authentic practices diverse background and cultures and continues today.
Change and transition happen constantly in our increasingly faster paced lives. We do not have the luxury to prepare exhaustively for our next moves that we had 10 years ago. Our work together helps to bridge transitions and life events, accelerates growth, removes obstacles, and focuses on continuously building upon your core values and strengths. “Change is a great opportunity to create a new origin story for yourself I am here to help you shape a winning one!”
“Look around, notice the mentors and coaches who have already helped you to get where you are today. Be proactive, build your team! Act on what you want and need to succeed, get a team in your corner.”
Bryant enjoys road & mountain biking, beach volleyball and the occasional triathlon, international traveler, reads and spends time with his wife and sons and can be found generally in Austin or Houston Texas, wherever great live music can be found.
Specialty areas include:
- Marriage and Family
- Couples Therapy
- Executive Coaching
- Anxiety & Depression
- ADHD and Autism
- Trauma & PTSD
- Men’s Issues / Mature Masculinity
- Love & Sex Addiction Recovery
- Group Facilitation
- Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy
- Gottman Trained Wknd 1
- Walk & Talk Coaching
Walk & Talk, or Mountain Bike coaching
Coaching just like brainstorming, accessing the creativity inside and around you is not limited to a room full of whiteboards, boardrooms or the research facility. Accessing your intellect, intuition, and generativity can be done through exploration anywhere and anytime. Some of the best ideas came about in bars, coffee shops, atop a mountain after a climb, 6 mile hike, a 20 mile mountain bike ride or just a few miles of walking and discussing.
Humans access their thoughts in multiple ways. The process of walking, for instance, triggers bilateral stimulation. Walking is a conduit for improved connection with oneself and in discussion with another. The motion facilitates better access to your brain, consciousness and thought stimulation. For a bit more in-depth, see Gina’s comments in the Walk and Talk Therapy section of her page. Let’s tap into your greatness!