Montia D. Brock, MS, CLC

Provisional Mental Health Therapist

She, Her, Hers

“Do not remove the kinks from your hair. Remove the kinks from your brain.” Marcus Garvey
“I’m no longer accepting things I cannot change. I’m changing the things I cannot accept.”
Angela Davis

About Me:

I am a daughter, sister, aunt, and friend who believes in the power of holistic healing. I am honored to support individuals, small groups, and families begin their journey through the path of mental health therapy. I am a mental health therapist completing my requirements for a PA state license as a professional counselor, along with pursuing an endorsement as an Infant Mental Health Specialist and Certified Birth & Postpartum Doula through DONA International. I am also a Certified Lactation Counselor.

Who I work with:

Families experiencing transitions: rather you are in the process of conceiving, a blended family, or not having the experience you imagined.
Understanding and navigating relationships: who we are connected with has an impact on our lives be it partners, family members, colleagues and friends.
Life Transitions for women and children of color: as a black woman I understand the trials of being a member of more than one world. There is support for women of color and mother’s of children of color to navigate the multitudes of intersections to have the opportunity to thrive.

How I help:

I facilitate person-centered, strengths-based practices using motivational interviewing and mindfulness through an infant mental health lens.

More about me:

I am a Pittsburgh, PA native who takes pride in where I am from , while recognizing the changes and struggles around me. I support local groups and organizations in the forms of direct work, education, and advocacy to combat systemic oppression and individual battles. I believe that in order to make change in our world we must first begin with how individuals are ushered into this world; I plan to use my experiences as a birth & postpartum doula and certified lactation counselor-with a mental health lens-to make an impact.

Cost: $50-85 (some scholarships available)
Insurance Accepted: All plans will be submitted as out-of-network
Payment Modailites: Cash, Check, Credit Card, HSA/ FSA Plans

Contact Today

510 Third Avenue, Fifth Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

6507 Wilkins Ave, #108
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
(412) 660-6100

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