Brooke Malensek


About Me

Brooke Malensek offers compassionate, professional and confidential counseling services for preschool children, school aged children, teens and adults. She believes that people can grow and/or heal when provided with the support, encouragement and tools needed to make changes and/or cope with life stress or losses. Brooke is invested and motivated to assist individuals with instilling hope for improving their life.
She has worked in the mental/behavioral health care fields for over 8 years in a variety of clinical settings with much of her experience focusing on coping skills, expressive art, play, recreation, health and wellness.
Brooke earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Psychology from Park University in 2009 and her Masters in Counseling from Webster University in 2012. . Brooke is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Brooke utilizes person-centered therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, expressive art, and supportive therapy. Her experiences are focusing on issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, developmental disorders, eating disorders, behavior problems, stress, grief and loss, learning difficulties and family issues (including divorce and blended families)


  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Anger management
  • Self esteem
  • Career difficulties
  • Depression

I also have experience in Addictions, Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Eating disorders, Sleeping disorders, Parenting issues, Bipolar disorder, Coping with life changes, Coaching, Compassion fatigue, ADHD

Years of Experience: 8

Services Offered

  • Messaging

  • Live Chat

  • Phone

  • Video


LPC #2016007573 (Expires: 2021-06-30)


Written by L.I. on Mar 13, 2020 after counseling with Brooke for 2 weeks

I find Faithful Counseling to be very flexible and I would recommend it to anyone who either does not have the time to schedule with a local counselor or desires a more discrete service. My therapist Brooke seems to be very good at providing encouragement. She is also resourceful with the worksheets she provides. As a writer I find these very helpful. My only constructive criticism I can give is that it would be nice to hear different perspectives on the moments I run into. Whether good or bad it is always helpful to get a perspective that could point out something I really did not notice. My replies are rather long, so that may be a reason. I also understand that therapists have to be careful not to say something that can make things worse for some. However, I always find any word of advice to be helpful even though I may not want to hear it. Sometimes I need it because I am avoiding having to face an important life truth. I don't simply improve to be a better person without being challenged on what I believe to be true.