GET TO KNOW BREE.

Executive. Intuitive. Excited

Bree Luck has combined her passion for storytelling, psychology, and community growth by cultivating a rich and fulfilling professional career --  from running several non-profit organizations to serving as an artistic director for three theater companies, to designing therapeutic creative groups with folx from all walks of life. 

After studying theater (William and Mary) and psychology (Georgia Southern University) as an undergraduate, Bree combined her two passions by attaining a masters degree in Drama Therapy from New York University.

She has developed and directed performances for social change with refugees, hospitalized, at-risk youth, incarcerated and homeless populations. For this work, she received recognition from the National Ethics Union in 2013.

She is a strong believer in the power of partnering grounded intuition with thoughtful and pragmatic steps to cultivating a vibrant and satisfying life.

She is energized by each of her clients as they find their vision, build their confidence, and create relationships and career paths that are in full alignment with their values.

Currently, Bree divides her time between NYC and Charlottesville, VA, where she lives with her husband of more than 25 years, and her two teenage daughters.

* BS Human Psychology (Georgia Southern University)

* MA in Drama Therapy (New York University)

* Certified Master EFT practitioner (AIHCP & CTAA)

*Reiki Levels I and II practitioner

Publications

Books:

Midlife Margaritas: Stories from Women Who Made It to the Other Side of 40 and Rocked It

Articles:

Landy, Robert & Luck, Bree & Conner, Erin & McMullian, Sara. (2003). Role Profiles: a drama therapy assessment instrument. Arts in Psychotherapy - ART PSYCHOTHER. 30. 151-161. 10.1016/S0197-4556(03)00048-0. 

James Pugh PhD Bree Patrick Luck BS Edward W. L. Smith PhD (2001) Method Acting and Gestalt Therapy with CouplesJournal of Couples TherapyVolume 10, 2001 -Issue 2.  Published Online: 08 Nov 2010

Disclaimer: 

By participating in sessions with The Lovely Unbecoming, you acknowledge that Bree Luck is not a licensed psychologist or health care professional, and her services do not replace the care of psychologists or other healthcare professionals. This workshop is in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling or any other type of therapy or medical advice. She will, at all times, exercise her best professional efforts, skills, and care. She cannot make any guarantees other than to deliver the services purchased as described. Clients or students under the age of 18 must share this statement with a parent or guardian.