Brittany is a full-time graduate student studying Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling at the University of Vermont. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Loyola University Maryland in 2016. Prior to moving to Vermont, Brittany worked as Special Educator teaching students with intellectual disabilities and complex trauma. She carries aspects of teaching into her counseling role as she advocates for her clients and fosters social-emotional wellness.
Her person-centered counseling style is warm, genuine, and supportive. In a session with Brittany, one can expect an invitation to explore their thoughts and feelings with compassion and non-judgment. She utilizes feminist, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and strength-based approaches tailored to meet each client’s unique needs and goals.
In her spare time, Brittany enjoys outdoor activities like yoga, skiing, and hiking with her dog. She also likes cooking, trivia with friends, and exploring new coffee shops with her partner.