MACP, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), Registered Social Service Worker
Working with others and the community has been Brittany’s passion from a very young age. Through working and volunteering with various community organizations and agencies, Brittany recognizes the visible and invisible barriers that many individuals and their families face as well as the unique strengths, determination and means that each person holds to overcome these barriers.
Brittany believes in applying evidence-based techniques, through a trauma informed lens, in order to best support others in their healing and path of self-improvement and empowerment. Brittany aims to create a safer space for client to allow them the opportunity to verbalize and reflect without worry of judgement.
About Brittany (She/ Her)
Brittany was born and raised in Southern Ontario, with her mom and two younger siblings. She attended Trent University earning a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Psychology and continued her education at Fleming College. There, she attended the Social Service Worker Program, which set her in the direction of Yorkville University where she recently graduated with a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology.
Brittany is a Registered Social Service Worker (# 831002) and a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (#12168).
Brittany’s on-going volunteering and work focuses on the health, growth, personal skills, and confidence development of individuals and her community. She has extensive experience working in a variety of mental health and social services related positions. She has worked in a group home, as a caseworker with Big Brothers Big Sisters and most recently completed her therapy internship with Trenton Military Family Resource Centre. Brittany has a passion for working with children, youth, and adults from various economic and ethnic backgrounds, witness and/or survivors of violence and those in crisis.
When she is not working with clients, you can find her on her paddle-board or longboard, flying, travelling, or spending time with her loved ones. Her adventure companion is her cat, who sometimes makes an appearance in her therapy sessions.