Brandon Outlaw, MSW, LCSWA

Child and Family Specialist 

Availability: EARLY MORNING AND EVENING – BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Treatment Philosophies:

Brandon Outlaw is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate. He has a Bachelor of Social Work degree from The University of North Carolina Greensboro; and a Master of Social Work Degree from The Joint Master of Social Work Program with North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University & The University of North Carolina Greensboro. 

Brandon believes that one of the foundational pieces of therapy are transparency, to always remember everyone is on a different path, and their own pace concerning how they choose to express themselves. Brandon is best known for his kindness, relatability, and willingness to adapt to his patient’s needs as necessary. He takes great pride in creating a safe space where patients can feel comfortable and vulnerable when working with him. 

He has an extensive background working for The Department of Social Services. He has worked in Child Protective Services as a Foster Care Social Worker, as well as Child Protective Services as an In Home Services worker. He has experience working with at risk children and families from all socioeconomic backgrounds.   

 Treatment Specialties:
Brandon is passionate about seeing healthy family units evolve as a result of the work and time dedicated. He works hard to make sure everyone he works with is respected, their voices are heard, and overall needs remain the focus. Brandon specializes in Child and Family Therapy assisting parents and children maintain wholesome relationships. Brandon believes the cornerstone of the therapeutic relationship begins with honest communication, empathy, and trust. He believes families are their biggest asset concerning the ability to improve their dynamic, reach their goals, and he is eager to assist in helping them.  

General Ages Treated:
Children, adolescents, and adults
Individual, and families

Concerns Addressed:
• Anxiety
• Behavioral Issues
• Bipolar Disorder
• Depression
• Dual Diagnosis
• Family Conflict
• Gambling
• Infidelity
• Internet Addiction
• LGBTIAAQQ
• Marital and Premarital
• Men’s Issues
• Relationship Issues
• Sex Therapy, Attachment/Detachment
• Sexual Addiction
• Trauma and PTSD

Service Modalities:
• Face to Face