Cheyenne Brown

Therapy Intern

Cheyenne Brown is currently a therapy intern at our Marion location. She is working towards her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mt. Mercy University and will complete the program in December.

We Are Not Our Diagnosis

A diagnosis should not be a defining factor or label for anyone. For example, Cheyenne experiences anxiety, depression, and ADHD firsthand and knows that she has plenty to offer despite her symptoms. For this reason, she is motivated to help others learn to manage and overcome challenges just like she did.

Excited to Help

Over the past year Cheyenne has served as a student therapist. Not only has she witnessed people reach their goals, but she has grown as a provider in the process and is excited to provide counseling as a full-time therapist once she is licensed.

In session, Cheyenne keeps an open mind. Therefore, she is able to listen with the intention of understanding. Therapy is no place for judgement, and she knows that in order to grow and make progress, there needs to be trust.

Cheyenne enjoys spending time outdoors with family and her pets or reading a book. In addition, she enjoys tinkering with anything that contains a motor.

Call our Marion location at 319-261-2292 to learn more or to schedule an appointment with Cheyenne Brown.

* Please Note: Only available during pre-scheduled appointment. To request an appointment with this provider, please go here

Areas of Expertise

Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, LGBTQ+

Education & Training

MA, Marriage and Family Therapy, in progress
Mt. Mercy University, Cedar Rapids, IA

BA, Psychology
Minor, Sociology
Mt. Mercy University, Cedar Rapids, IA

AA, Psychology and Sociology
Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, IA

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