Brittany expresses her gratitude daily that her life’s passion and career path are one in the same and is dedicated to serving individuals and families whom she has the honor of treating. Over the last 8 years, she has focused on implementing clinical interventions founded in trauma-informed care and has specialized in supporting adolescents, adults, and families through a person-centered and realistic approach. Whether you’re suffering from persistent mental health concerns or struggling to maintain your personal life or relationships, Brittany has the skills, experience, and compassion to help you improve your quality of life! She believes in meeting individuals where they are and tailoring their treatment to meet their unique needs. She works with individuals and families with a holistic perspective which allows her to pull from her vast knowledge of interventions and theoretical orientations which include: Advanced Dialectical Behavioral Therapy; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy; Logotherapy; Interpersonal Effectiveness and Life Skills; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Mind-Body Interventions; Animal Assisted Therapy. Brittany is currently offering Canine-Assisted Therapy and Interventions with Therapy Dog In-Training, Lily.
Born and raised in Colorado, Brittany received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Colorado State University. Following graduation, she was accepted into AmeriCorps where she dedicated 1700 volunteer hours to at-risk adolescents. Brittany then attended the University of Denver where she was accepted with advanced standing status into the Graduate School of Social work as well as the university’s world-renowned Institute for Human-Animal Connection. Completing the intensive graduate program in 10 months, Brittany obtained her Master of Social Work degree, Animal Assisted Social Work certification, and became certified in Canine-Assisted Therapy. She is supervised by Ms. Sonya G. Edwards, LCSW-S, LCDC, EMDR Certified Therapist.
“Through her passion for helping others, she inspires people to love and believe in themselves.”