Brandy Hall, MA, LPC-MHSP-AS, NCC
Professional Counselor & Clinical Supervisor

Brandy Hall is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), with the designation of being a mental health service provider (MHSP), and an approved supervisor (AS) to those seeking licensure. She is also a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) under the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). Brandy is the co-owner of Haven Counseling Center at Haven Family Psychiatry. She currently sees clients and supervisees at Haven's location in West Knoxville.


What keeps you up at night? Overwhelmed? Problems with relationships? Lonely? No matter what you are struggling with, no matter what worries you, you do not have to go through this alone. Many therapists focus solely on identifying people's weaknesses.  Brandy's works to help people build up their weak spots, but also to help you identify & develop a person's strengths so that rather than "just getting by," people can really learn how to thrive personally and professionally.

Brandy's practice focuses on young adults to empty-nesters; who struggle with perfectionism, anxiety, OCD, Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior Disorders, relationship boundaries, spiritual growth, as well as other concerns. Brandy seeks to treat the whole person: mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically; focusing on how a problem in one area of life can impact all of the others. She does not see it as her role to tell you what to do, but to work with you as a guide in figuring out what to do.

Brandy earned a Bachelor's degree in Counseling from Atlanta Christian College and a Master's degree in Professional Counseling, with a specialization in Spiritual Direction/Christian Spirituality, from Richmont Graduate University. Brandy has experience in outpatient counseling settings, as a live-in house manager at an addictions recovery program, as a mental health professional in an inpatient psychiatric hospital, as well as a consultant in educational and treatment start-ups.


Born into a US Navy family outside of Norfolk, VA, Brandy grew up on several Marine and Naval bases before settling with her family outside of Atlanta, GA; where she stayed through college and graduate school. After earning her Masters in 2008, Brandy moved to Knoxville with her husband, David, and joined the therapy staff of Ebenezer Counseling Services. Brandy worked in the start-up process of Haven Family Psychiatry and then joined the counseling practice with the clinic in 2019. Brandy has also served as an adjunct professor with Richmont Graduate University, as a co-founder and faculty member of the Narrative Institute, and as the COO and co-founder of PsychMaven.


Brandy's latest project is as the director of Grace Over Chocolate, a group offering consumer education around high-quality and ethically produced chocolate products. Brandy has been married to David since 2008 and together they love a whole lot of things of what sharing a life with each other means.

Brandy's Services and Pricing   

  • New Patient Therapy Appointment (Up to 90 mins)


  • Follow-Up Therapy Appointments (45 mins)                                              

  • Clinical Supervision (LPC/MHSP)                     

  • Group Supervision (minimum of 3 supervisees)

-$165 per intake

-$125 per session

-$100 per session

-$35 per session

Brandy is out-of-network with all insurance plans, we can help you file for your out-of-network benefits on request.

Limited Availability of Scholarship Assistance for Therapy Sessions on Request


To book a session with Brandy please Click Here (note that Brandy is only scheduling appointments with active clients, new clients will have to select another provider)

Or you can call us at 865-409-5001

Or reach out to Brandy through her Psychology Today page here.

Haven Family Psychiatry

The Westfield Center

305 Westfield Road

Knoxville, TN 37919

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