• Depression
  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Relationships
  • Individual and Couples Therapy
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
  • Grieving and Loss
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Work Related Problems


Therapy is a collaborative process where we work together to establish obtainable goals and celebrate milestones of progress in terms of what the client wants to be different when they end treatment.


My therapeutic approach involves cognitive behavioral therapy and social learning theory as a foundation for facilitating change.

How Does Therapy Work?

I help people understand their feelings and needs. Together, we develop the steps and daily tools needed to initiate positive change in life.

This Is What Therapists Do

  • Discuss current problems or goals
  • Examine patterns of relating to others
  • Develop goal-oriented strategies
  • Develop problem-solving skills and behavior
  • Assess personal resources
  • Learn abilities to change dysfunctional patterns of behavior and implement good decisions, choices and behavior


Therapy is a personal relationship between people and requires mutual trust, openness and honesty. For therapy to be successful it requires a collaborative relationship of learning new ways of thinking and acting. 


Research has shown that the most important factor in therapeutic success is the therapeutic relationship. 


Therefore, I strive to understand each person in terms of:

  • Where they have been
  • Where they are today
  • Where they desire to go in the future


Contact Us

Mary Evelyn Brown Psychology
1855 Crane Ridge Drive

Suite A
Jackson, MS 39216

Phone: 601-981-1008
Fax: 601-982-9090

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