“When people build up walls, they end up keeping other people out, but they’re also keeping
themselves in.” – Karamo Brown
Bradley Gowers (he/him) is a musician and theatre artist turned mental health counselor. His
background in the arts and humanities taught him to honor people’s stories, respect their differences,
and find hope in challenging situations. He believes in the healing power of human connection and
works to create a judgement free, therapeutic space where his clients can express and be their
Graduate Practicum Counselor
Bradley is in the process of completing his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the
University of Houston. He is a graduate student intern at West Houston Counseling Center, under the
supervision of Carlos Mendoza, MA, LPC-S.
Therapy Practice areas:
Bradley helps adolescents and adults navigate various challenges including life transitions, relationship
struggles, identity development, anxiety, depression, and emotion regulation. He takes a humanistic
approach to therapy and adapts treatment specifics to the needs of each individual, couple, or family.
Some specific focuses of Bradley’s practice include teens, the LGBTQIA+ community, and those
navigating religious/spiritual transition.