Brittney works with black men’s issues, couples, emotional abuse recovery, first responders, kiddos within the North Texas Collegiate Academy, race relations, self-esteem building, trauma, and childhood trauma recovery, but plans to continuously expand her specialties understanding the interconnectedness of so many of our challenges. She is EMDR trained. Brittney’s approach to mental wellness is anchored in honoring a client’s experiences while empowering their ability to chart a future of their choice. What you can expect from sessions with Brittney is a functional blend between textbook theory, real-life application, and the practical tools to help her clients thrive. Brittney understands that growth and progress can force one to feel all the feels, so one of Brittney’s goals in session is making certain her clients leave the session with hope and a smile.
Through every stage of her life, Brittney has simultaneously been a participant, observer, and inquisitor – she wants to engage with people, understand them, and always learn more about the human experience. It is that passion for life and humanity that brought her to this work. Brittney is dedicated to helping people find themselves, their way, and their happiness.
Brittney was born in East Texas and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Shortly after graduating from the University of New Mexico, she packed up her fiery red car and headed for Dallas, motivated by an adventurous spirit and an instinct she knew better than to ignore. Brittney obtained her Master’s degree from Dallas Baptist University. When she’s not at Lifeologie or volunteering with her local church, Brittney enjoys spending time with friends and family, learning, and trying new things.