As a licensed professional counselor, teacher, corporate trainer and consultant, Brett Newcomb, M.A., L.P.C. brings real-life experience to the field of psychology.
For 30 years, Brett has been in private practice as a family therapist in Missouri. He has worked with clients of all ages in myriad capacities, focusing primarily on interpersonal relationships, communication skills, family and individual problems. In addition to his clinical experience, Brett has supervised and trained many other therapists throughout the years, as well as taught undergraduate and graduate students at Missouri Baptist University and Webster University in St. Louis. His management experience as Webster University’s World Wide Director of the Counseling Program – servicing more than 2,000 counseling students worldwide — has provided him with a broad and comprehensive perspective in the field. Currently, Brett coauthors video and website health podcasts with Dr. Kathy Maupin, M.D., founder BioBalance 4 Women, addressing current issues related to aging and relationships.
Brett has had many years of experience developing workshops on the national and local levels that specifically address the needs of his clients, including both corporate and educational audiences. His story-telling style weaves practical advice on current topics with engaging and entertaining anecdotes, rich with information. Many of Brett’s workshops focus on dealing with difficult people and difficult situations. Presenting to faculties, administrators, students and parents at the K-12 and university levels, he has spoken on topics ranging from retention policies to classroom management to bullying and Internet safety. In the business world, Brett has presented workshops on relationship issues for upper-level managers, staff-management skills for corporate attorneys, dealing with difficult clients for medical practices, as well as numerous additional topics.
If you would like to have Brett conduct a workshop or training program for your school or organization, you may contact him at BrettNewcomb22@gmail.com, or at 314-348-6739