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Change is never easy. Nevertheless, throughout my career, I have regularly experienced how transformative self-discovery and introspection can be; and I believe everyone has the innate ability to carry out change in their own lives to gain clarity and recovery through that same process. 


For sixteen years I worked as a Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC II), working with individual clients and facilitating group sessions from culturally diverse backgrounds. My experience in outpatient substance abuse treatment facilities gave me direct experience with the challenges facing individuals in recovery in an outpatient setting. From 2007 through 2012, I  worked directly with the LGBTQIA+ community in the heart of Greenwich Village at The Center. During my time there, I worked with individuals dealing with issues related to gender, sexuality, and substance misuse, with the goal of moving towards self acceptance and recovery. 

As a result of my personal journey, I recognize the importance of treating each individual with unconditional positive regard. This humanistic approach respects the wholeness and uniqueness of each individual. From the beginning of treatment, I strive to establish a rapport with my clients, and emphasize my intention throughout this journey is focused on their health and healing. 


Every human being deserves to be treated with respect, dignity, and compassion, and these are the foundations of my approach. By providing my clients with a safe, supportive environment and approaching our work together in an open, warm, and non-judgemental way, I believe everyone can achieve their immediate and long-term treatment needs and goals.

Brian Belovitch, MHC-LP

Mental Health Counselor

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