Beverly Holbrook, MA, LCSW

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Professional Training

  • Masters in Social Work, Winthrop University, 2011
  • Bachelors in Social Work, Winthrop University, 2009
  • Individual Therapy
  • Adolescent Therapy
  • Family Systems Therapy
  • Trauma Specialty
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy, Certification
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Certification
  • Victim Service Provider, Certification

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Beverly Holbrook

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Beverly was most recently the Clinical Supervisor for the Office of Victims Assistance at Winthrop University where she has worked since 2011. There she provided direct mental health counseling services to students who were victimized during childhood, adolescence or more recently as a college student. After nearly 10 years of service to the students of Winthrop University, she is enjoying semi-retirement and part-time private practice with Access Counseling.


Approach to Therapy

Beverly most enjoys working with individuals and takes a very person-centered approach. While she uses methods from Cognitive Processing and Cognitive Behavioral therapies, she also incorporates Narrative and Family Systems Therapies as well. Beverly believes that it is important for a client to better understand “why” they do what they do and to recognize what drives their decision making and behavior. Beverly seeks to provide a safe environment for a client to work through their experiences, processing in such a way that healing is facilitated in the mind, the body and ultimately, in the spirit of each person she works with. It is always Beverly’s goal to be an encouragement to anyone who seeks hope through emotional healing.


Beverly’s Specialties/Interests include:

  • Individuals, both adolescents and adults
  • Traumatic experiences
  • Secondary Trauma as a result of their professional work on the “front line” (such as health care professionals, police, firemen, pastors, pastor’s wives, or social service and others)
  • Dynamics of Family of Origin
  • Parenting
  • Grief and Loss
  • Boundaries for Self and Others
  • Relationships


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