Brice Boembeke, LPC-IT

Education, Experience, and Training

Licensed Professional Counselor in Training (License 7593)

Master of Science, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Bachelor of Arts in English, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 

I graduated college with aspirations of writing a great American novel. In the meantime, I needed something to pay the bills, so I decided to follow in my grandfather’s footsteps and become a police officer. Between Indiana and Kentucky, I spent the next 12 years of my life (with a short hiatus in New York along the way) working nights and weekends in a uniform. As an officer, I met so many people who were having the worst day of their lives. I found myself wanting to listen, to understand, to help them find a way through that moment to something better. Unfortunately, as an officer, there were limited opportunities for that. I was always seeking something more. Something that would allow me to connect with people more deeply and help them more completely. 

I worked in the Urbana school district, building connections within our community. Just as the pandemic came along and changed everything, I was continually hearing of the need for more mental health counselors and it all clicked into place. 

Now, as a therapist at Therayology, I’m finishing my education and starting this next chapter of my life. As a writer at heart, I see stories everywhere I look. Some stories can seem like tragedies. Some of us can feel like our life’s story is taking us down a path we never wanted for ourselves. We feel like we’ve lost control. My goal as your counselor will be to help you become the author of your own life’s story. Find the power to change the narrative of your life and find the path toward a better tomorrow.

I am a good option for someone with high deductible insurance or without benefits looking for quality and accessible services. 

I am currently working under the supervision of Cynthia Franzolin, LPC