Brittney holds a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology from City University of Seattle. Brittney believes that mental health is not a “one size fits all” approach and will work with you to create individualized goals and tailor treatment to meet your unique needs.
She has spent the last 5 years working within community agencies, EAPs, and private practice supporting those experiencing anxiety, burnout, trauma, and complex mental health concerns. Brittney’s approach is client-centred, trauma-informed, and grounded in compassion. She believes strongly in the importance of fit between a counsellor and client.
Brittney works with individuals to recognize, understand and challenge unhelpful beliefs that contribute to increased anxiety, panic attacks and phobias.
Brittney is trained to help individuals on the autism spectrum manage their symptoms, develop regulation strategies and improve their quality of life.
Brittney works with individuals with borderline personality disorder to help them manage their emotions, find effective coping mechanisms, and set goals for themselves.
Brittney helps her clients reduce the intensity of their chronic pain, as well as process the complex feelings of anger, helplessness and anxiety that often come along with it.
In some cases, individuals struggle with multiple mental health concerns at once. Brittney can help her clients recognize, cope, and heal from the various concerns affecting their lives.
Brittney provides a safe space for couples to work through their differences, improve communication, build trust, set boundaries, nurture intimacy, and strengthen bonds.
Brittney helps individuals who are struggling with depression live a more fulfilling life by helping them manage symptoms, identify triggers, and develop coping strategies.
Brittney can help her clients develop the skills to better understand and regulate their emotions, manage their anger, and improve their overall mood.
Brittney helps her clients navigate complex feelings during major transitions such as divorce, retirement, moving, or becoming empty nesters.
If you've been on leave for an extended period of time, it can feel like an intimidating prospect. Brittney works with her clients to help them feel supported, comfortable, and prepared to return to work.
Brittney supports her clients by providing helpful strategies to manage and reduce stress, as well as recover from career or caregiver burnout.
Brittney provides a safe and non-judgemental space for her clients to process, accept and heal from the effects of trauma as they move forward in their lives.