Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adolescent (Ages 12-25)
When you meet with Brittany, you'll be welcomed into an environment that feels comfortable and safe where you can be yourself, access vulnerability, and grow. You'll feel heard and understood. You'll work collaboratively with Brittany to help expand your view of problematic issues, increase your insight, and achieve positive change.
Clients who partner with Brittany can overcome many issues, including impacts from past or recent trauma, safety concerns, depression, and anxiety. They can improve relationships, learn how to communicate effectively, develop positive coping skills, expand their support system, increase their ability to feel more in control of their emotions, and decrease negative symptoms like panic attacks and self-harm.
Brittany operates from a client-centered and trauma-informed care perspective and believes in the power of empathic support/validation and active listening. She utilizes a combination of traditional person-centered talk therapy, mindfulness, therapeutic interventions such as a trauma timeline or narrative, and sometimes homework (if applicable and helpful). Depending on the client, she'll also employ various evidence-based practices that utilize client strengths to motivate change and growth, like Trauma-Focused CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy, DBT, Internal Family Systems, and Solution-Focused modalities.
Brittany has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, a Master's degree in Counseling, and more than a decade of experience working in a variety of mental health settings, including residential, school-based, acute treatment, crisis intervention, higher education, and private practice.