Brett Dixon is a licensed mental health clinician (LMHC) with an undergraduate degree from Salve Regina University in philosophy and religious studies and a graduate degree from Lesley University in clinical mental health. Prior to joining the Berklee team, Dixon gained experience in a variety of different settings, including schools, hospitals, shelters, and community health centers, and has spent the bulk of his clinical work serving those experiencing homelessness in the Boston area. His areas of expertise include treating substance use, trauma, anxiety, depression, and grief.
Influenced by humanist, existential, and contemplative treatment perspectives, Dixon seeks to assist each individual in meeting their goals and getting in touch with their most authentic self. He believes that healing happens through building strong, positive relationships and always strives to create a safe, comfortable, and open environment for all.
When not at work, you can find Dixon playing with his dog, meditating, reading, writing, enjoying a baseball game or noodling around on his likely out-of-tune guitar.