Brent St. Clair, LMFT

Staff Therapist

Staff Therapist

Indiana license# #35002174A

I have lived several places throughout my life including Illinois, Wisconsin, New York, Ohio, California, and Indiana. I earned my bachelor's degree in psychology from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and my MS in Marital and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary's School of Psychology. Professionally I have worked as a licensed therapist in California, New York, and Indiana providing individual, family, and couples counseling as well as crisis intervention services. I also enjoyed teaching as a adjunct professor for several years while living in California and New York.

I truly enjoy working with Notre Dame students and hope that is evident with all that I come across! I strive to create a space where you feel free to talk about your concerns and know that you are cared for. I attempt to meet each of you where you are at and want to collaborate with you in working toward your identified goals. I take an integrative approach to counseling. I often look at concerns through a relational lens and a family systems perspective and will also draw on Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, and Solution-Focused perspectives.

As a generalist practitioner I can work with a broad range of issues that impact college students. I have a particular interest in couples/relationship issues, anxiety, adjustment issues, depression, grief/loss, men's issues, crisis intervention, and family of origin issues.

I love spending time with my family and friends, riding motorcycles, playing basketball and volleyball, cycling, watching sports, and trying new restaurants.

Supervision Style

My approach to supervision is developmental and collaborative. My hope is to provide a balance of supporting and challenging to facilitate your growth and confidence as a mental health professional. I will seek to be responsive to your needs and create a safe environment where we can partner on working toward your goals.