Brevard Wilbanks

Brevard Wilbanks

Brevard Wilbanks, ALC


Areas of Professional Interest

As a master’s level counseling student, Brevard is interested in anxiety, depression, and processing the struggles of life. She believes that counseling creates a space for individuals to feel validated, challenged, and encouraged, and that through this process, individuals can overcome adversity to truly thrive.


Prior to joining Noonday, Brevard worked for the Dekalb County Children’s Advocacy Center serving families and children. This position focused on providing supervised visitation and safe exchanges in a safe, neutral environment.


Brevard graduated from Auburn University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science degree. She is currently finishing her Master of Science in clinical mental health at Jacksonville State University with an expected graduation date of May of 2023. Upon graduation, Brevard will be an Associate Licensed Counselor aspiring to be a Licensed Professional Counselor.


Brevard and her husband, Peyton, have two dachshunds and enjoy trying new foods and spending time outside or with friends and family.

“My goal is for every client to feel welcomed and valued at each session. I hope that I can create an environment filled with encouragement and understanding. I wish for every client to leave with a sense of hope that God will be their source in each season of life.”