Believing that "story" can have a powerful impact in relationship to ourselves and those around us.
Brittany was drawn to the field of mental health to inspire others to become catalysts for change in their own lives.
When working with individuals, couples, and families, she utilizes a co-creative process that draws upon her clients’ strengths and inner needs to gradually shape their vision of change.
While she specializes in emotional and disordered eating, Brittany offers a holistic approach to a wide range of issues including: relational conflict, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, trauma, navigating adulthood, and work/life balance.
After earning her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fairfield University, Brittany became dually licensed in the state of New York and Connecticut. Her skill set is a culmination of working with adolescents and adults within residential and partial hospital settings, as well as at intensive outpatient and non-profit agency settings.
While in private practice, Brittany began to recognize that our relationship with food often mirrors our soul's experience in life. This led to furthering her education at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, where she is currently training as an Eating Psychology Coach (EPC). EPC is an innovative approach that merges mind/body nutrition science with dynamic eating psychology for those with undesired food habits or weight concerns.