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  • Brianna Mauntz, MFT Trainee
    Brianna Mauntz, MFT Trainee

    Email: or 1-408-281-0708 x 307

    Meet Brianna Mauntz, a dedicated therapist with a passion for helping others find healing and empowerment. Brianna's journey into the field of therapy was inspired by her own transformative experience with anxiety and grief counseling. Through the compassionate care she received, Brianna discovered a profound motivation to extend that support to others.

    As a therapist, Brianna is committed to guiding her clients through their challenges, fostering positive changes in their lives. Her ultimate goal is to create a safe and empathetic space where clients can feel heard and embrace their authentic selves. Drawing from her background as a former preschool teacher, Brianna brings a unique perspective to her practice, particularly in assisting young children navigating difficult emotions and behavioral issues.

    While specializing in childhood and adolescent concerns, Brianna also enjoys working with teens and young adults. Her expertise spans a diverse range of issues, including childhood and adolescent challenges, young adult transitions, women's issues, life transitions, anxiety, depression, stress management, and grief.

    Currently pursuing a master's in counseling at Western Seminary with an expected graduation in 2025, Brianna earned her undergraduate degree in 2020 at San Jose State University, where she studied sociology and child and adolescent development.

    Outside of her professional pursuits, Brianna finds joy in hosting dinner parties for friends, indulging in movie nights, and exploring new places or camping adventures with her husband. She looks forward to the opportunity to work with you, bringing her warmth, expertise, and genuine dedication to support your journey toward well-being and personal growth.

    Language Spoken: English

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