Brian Fitts, MA
Brian Fitts is a postdoctoral psychology fellow, currently supervised by John Glovan, Psy.D. He provides psychological assessment for individuals ages 6 and over and individual therapy with individuals ages 16 and over. Brian’s theoretical orientation is primarily integrative, with an emphasis on psychodynamic/interpersonal-process interventions. His therapy experience is primarily with both traditional- and non-traditional college-aged students. His areas of clinical interest include mood disorders, difficulty with life transitions, men’s issues, relationship stress, trauma, and identity concerns. His assessment experience is primarily related to ADHD and Learning Disability concerns.
Brian earned his bachelor’s degree in English and his master’s degree in Counselor Education from John Carroll University, and is completing his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Cleveland State University. He has completed practicum training at the Cleveland State University Counseling Center, the Baldwin Wallace University Counseling Center, and Bellefaire JCB. He completed his doctoral internship at the Office of Counseling and Consultation Services at Ohio State University.
In his free time, Brian enjoys following Cleveland professional sports and the Columbus Blue Jackets, sports in general, spending time with friends and family, doing stuff outside, traveling, trying new things, and trivia.