COVID-19: Please note that The Path to Well-Being office will remain open and is accepting new clients. We are also able to offer Telehealth or online video mediation for conflict resolution and online service options to those who would prefer to access services remotely. Please contact the office for further information at (703)382-6871. An online mediator or coach can provide the help you need!
Certified Couples Coach/Health & Wellness Coach
Mrs. Brown has worked with individuals within various communities and municipalities, including: DOJ, FBI, CIA, and the CDC. Furthermore, many of her clients are first responders, doctors, attorneys, psychiatrists, political figures, military, law enforcement, Capitol police and firefighters. Her business, management and people skills combine to make her the ideal resource to lead individuals and organizations to greater heights, both personally and professionally.
The Office of The Path To Well-Being, LLC provides Virginia Court Certified Mediation for the General and Family JDR Courts . As a pre-eminent provider of mediation services, we draw on years of experience in successfully resolving cases of every type and size.
In addition, Certified Conflict Resolution, Mediation and Couples Coaching is provided with the knowledge and skills to effectively lead individuals and partners into healthier lifestyles/relationships. Coaching provides indiduals with seven basic needs that both men and women have while threading in effective communication & active listening that need to be integrated into the tapestry of a flourishing, lifelong partnership. Coaching helps to enrich and grow partnerships, as well as assisting couples in their assessment and goal setting while educating about four predictable areas of personality and conflict that most relationships face. This improves the way individuals speak and listen to one another with strategies for better conflict resolution. Ms. Brown coaches many in managing money without damaging their relationship and cherishing attitudes, financial security, time together, genuine friendship, emotional connectedness, and harmony.
Ms. Brown provides clients with a well-rounded understanding of their needs through an examination of their "Cura Personalis," mind, body and spirit. BJ effectively leads individuals and couples into healthier lifestyles/marriages, thereby bringing joy and fulfillment to their lives through goal setting and accountability. By incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing, she assesses the clients' emotional and physical needs, including nutrition, sleep, exercise and a balanced schedule, to guide them to self-improvement.
Mrs. Brown has worked with many clients addressing emotional, physical, and spiritual issues. She uses several stress/anxiety relief techniques including Neuroscience for the Treatment of Trauma, Anxiety, Depression and Stress. They are used globally to release the biological stress fueled by false self beliefs, pain and trauma. BJ equips individuals with the ability to heal from past pain and false beliefs, maintain inner calm and confidence as they gain the skills needed to step into their own personal excellence.
In addition to holding her Masters from the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University she has attended Georgetown University in the Executive Master's in Policy Leadership and the field of Health & Wellness. She is trained in conflict resolution, communications, public policy, and much more. BJ applies two energy biology psychology modalities which result in very dramatic shifts in perception and support inner healing and positive behavioral responses to life. These techniques help to restore a sense of inner peace and an overall sense of wellbeing and safety that often times is lost when dealing with trauma, anxiety or challenging situations which arise in the court system. BJ Brown works within the corporate culture, implementing structures that champion personal excellence along with stress management systems that support productivity and Esprit de Corps.
Dealing with the court system can be very stressful.
Ms. Brown works to help lower the stress and anxiety of those struggling to maneuver
the court system with techniques and tools to overcome the stress .
Virginia Supreme Court Trained Mediator
Mediation and Conflict Resolution Services
Mediation Services for JDR and General Courts
BJ has attended Georgetown University's Executive Master's in Policy Leadership program. She is currently a Doctoral candidate at Georgetown University. She is trained in conflict resolution, communications, public policy, and much more. Ms. Brown is a Nationally Board-Certified Health & Wellness Coach after attending Georgetown University's Executive Certified Health & Wellness Coaching Program. She is also credentialed through Liberty University for Couples Coaching.
Certifications & Awards: Virginia Supreme Court Trained Mediator for the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court & the General District Court, Couples Coaching, Job Coaching, Health & Wellness Coaching, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neuroscience for the Treatment of Trauma, Anxiety, Depression and Stress
Certification in The Pharmacy in Your Kitchen: An Overview of Medical and Medicinal Foods, Art Therapy, Recreational Therapy, Substance Abuse/Addictions and Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Provider National Medical Board Certified
Education: Georgetown University Executive Master's in Policy Leadership Canidate, Washington, DC & Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, M.S., Department of Kinesiology and Health Science Management with Business and Public Administration, graduated Cum Laude.
Georgetown University's Executive Certified Health & Wellness Coaching Program & Liberty University Certified Couples Coaching Program
Advisory Board for the Virginia Commission Youth for the VA General Assembly, Research/writing report on The ADHD Epidemic for 2017 General Assembly directing the Joint Commission on Health Care to study the long-term effects on individuals and populations of drugs used to treat ADHD.
Review, Research and Edit the Advisory Board's biennial report: Collection of Evidence-based Practices for Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Treatment Needs