Let’s Get to Know One Another
Hi! I’m Brittni–I’m a psychotherapist and Love & Logic facilitator … but you might call me a Heart Healer, Mama Motivator, or Relationship Recharger instead.
My Devotion to Changing the World One Woman at a Time
I help women (and their partners): get unstuck,
ditch the parenting guilt, and love their families better by taking care of themselves so that they can take care of everyone else from a place of contentment instead of contempt or duty.
Why I do What I do
I believe women are the ones holding it together for everyone else.
Mothers • Sisters • Daughters • Friends
We cultivate courage and kindness in our homes, our jobs, our schools, all before we’d even think about starting with ourselves.
But it’s time to change that, to set an example for the future generations that taking care of ourselves is the cornerstone of taking care of others. Let’s put your own mask on first this time around.
I know it isn’t easy to add one more thing to your calendar, that’s why I offer services in a variety of ways (make that link to services page) to make this easier for you.
Tell Me More
Through several years as a therapist, school counselor, Love & Logic parenting facilitator, and mama of three kids, I’ve had the honor of hearing clients’ stories and helping them return to the life they’ve envisioned. I hold a Master’s in Clinical Counseling & School Counseling, and am a National Certified Counselor and am a Licensed Clinical Counselor. I take all the fancy research, theories and methodologies and use that to help you get unstuck–but to you, it will feel less like theory and more like genuine empathy. Someone who gets you, someone who is on your side, a kindred connection.
I believe courageous women who take care of themselves can change the world. It starts with the woman herself, and through her newfound calmness, courage, and confidence, she can be the model she wants to be for her children, raising emotionally resilient kids that champion kindness (to themselves and their world!).
National Certified Counselor (NCC) is the premier counseling certification. Becoming a board certified counselor demonstrates that I have voluntarily met high national standards for the practice of counseling.
Those standards include demonstrating a mastery of counseling knowledge and skills by completing a graduate degree from a regionally accredited or Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP) counseling program, passing a rigorous national examination, the documentation of work experience and supervision requirements, and subscribing to the highest ethical and practice standards.