Provider type: Candidate
Serving: Adolescent (Ages 7+), Adult, Couples, Families, Individuals
When you’re in session with Brittany, you’ll experience a safe space to explore your concerns—past and present. You’ll feel empathy and find yourself in a caring presence. You’ll feel accepted and supported, without judgment.
Brittany’s client can overcome a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, anxiety, substance use or abuse, trauma, grief, life transitions, relational issues, gender identity and LGBTQ+ issues, and more. The tools Brittany uses vary based on the needs of the client that she’s working with, but always include active listening, reflecting emotion and content, and empathy. She’ll discuss coping skills and strategies with her clients and provide psychoeducation as needed. With couples, she uses more of an Emotionally Focused Therapy framework to explore relational issues. With children, she utilizes play therapy techniques to help address concerns. Modalities she draws from include solution-focused, narrative therapy, EFT, and the risk-reduction model.
Brittany holds a Master's in Clinical Counseling from Denver Seminary and she’s completing a post-Master's certification in Marriage and Family Therapy from Denver Family Institute; she’s on track to finish in August 2021. Currently she’s a licensed professional counselor candidate and will be seeking a license in marriage and family therapy after finishing the certificate program. She has experience working in in-patient and out-patient settings, and with people struggling with troublesome substance use/addictions, as well as a diverse collection of families, couples, and children.