Southern Charm Healing Therapy

Brain * Embodiment * Heart * Soul
All People are Honored Here
Teletherapy Sessions Available

"Know all the theories, master all the techniques, but as you touch a human soul, be just another human soul"

- C.G. Jung


Southern Charm Healing Therapy provides a humanistic treatment approach that is empathetic and authentic. You are invited to be curious about your treatment objectives by possibly identifying important values in your life while building a strong and collaborative therapeutic relationship.

Southern Charm Healing Therapy combines the recovery model with embodied evidenced based interventions with a foundation in neuroscience. In your collaborative sessions, you are welcome to look at the past, be in the present, and plan for the future while practicing techniques that may support calm and peaceful internal state of being.

You are also invited to make the choice not to participate. You are free to practice something that has been healthy and helpful for you.

If your lived experience is invisible injuries, maybe take a small step, possibly contact Southern Charm Healing today, and perhaps give yourself permission for time to accept and recover.

Price of Services

FREE Phone Consultation (20 minutes)

Diagnostic Assessment $150 (2 hours)

Counseling Session $100 (1 hour)

Sliding Scale Fee Offered at

Provider Credentialed with Crime Victims Compensation Program of WA

Insurance Reimbursement Option

Southern Charm Healing Therapy is an out-of-network provider. The monthly premiums, visit co-pays, and annual deductibles charged by these companies are not always affordable for their covered members. Southern Charm Healing Therapy will assist people with submitting claim reimbursement forms to insurance companies for FREE. 

Brianna L. Bradley, LSWAA, TCTSY-F

Licensed Social Worker Associate Advanced

Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator

2016 Master Degree of Social Work University of Washington Tacoma

2012 Bachelor Degree of Social Work  University of North Carolina Wilmington



Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)

Chronic Relational Trauma

Complex Traumatic Stress 

Co-Occurring Disorders

​Unhealthy Relationships

Traumatic Loss/Grief

Complex Trauma

Toxic Thoughts