Brian Lux is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College. He is a current member of the American Counseling Association and the Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers.
Brian has extensive experience with a wide range of issues including mood disorders (anxiety and depression), trauma histories, obsessive-compulsive disorders, ADHD, and anger management issues. He especially enjoys working with couples and families on the relational difficulties that arise in today's complex world. Brian is sensitive to the spiritual journeys of his clients and seeks to help people utilize their religious/spiritual beliefs in the healing process.
Prior to joining the Centennial staff, Brian spent several years working with high-risk adolescents in a residential facility as both an individual and family therapist, and in that role had extensive experience working with school systems, probation officers, and the Department of Children and Family Services. Prior to doing his graduate studies, Brian worked for Young Life as an area director in Wisconsin and served as the summer program director at Covenant Harbor Camp in Lake Geneva, WI. He also speaks at youth camps and youth events on a wide range of issues.
Brian works out of the St. Charles Office.