Brittany is a dedicated holistic wellness practitioner, serving the greater Washington Metropolitan area (DMV). As a clinically licensed Social Worker, she is committed to the wellness of each and every person she encounters; a compassion which extends to all, including those not seen formally in session. For well over a decade, she has amassed a breadth of experience in a variety of social work roles and finds her work as a Mental Health Therapist, most rewarding.
Brittany's approach is filled with compassion, attentiveness, and quality mental health care. It’s understood that while two people may have similar experiences, no two healing journeys will look the same. Therefore, each session is approached meeting the client where she/he/they are in their healing process and individualizing treatment. The ultimate goal is to assist clients in making the connection between somatic experiences and mental/emotional barriers/distress in order to understand and heal root traumas resurfacing in present situations. There are a variety of therapy models and techniques used throughout the therapeutic process including Client-Centered Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method.
First hand, in her personal yoga journey, Brittany experienced the power of yoga and mindfulness over emotional barriers and sought to help others gain that same strength. In service to that goal, she went on to establish VIBEZ Yoga, a virtual yoga studio. By harnessing the power of yoga, fusing it with the Trauma Conscious Yoga method, and through other mindfulness techniques, she guides and equips her clients, as they navigate the day to day challenges of life.
When Brittany isn't guiding clients toward healing in session via Healing Hues or on the mat via VIBEZ Yoga, she's attending classes and conferences to implement the most innovative practices to address her clients' needs. She brings relatability, dependability, knowledge, and a whole lot of passion to her work. A common theme in her personal life and professional practice is knowing the importance of pouring from a full cup versus an empty one. Therefore, when Brittany isn’t pouring into others, she’s spending time with her amazing son, riding her bike with her mom, being pampered at her sister’s esthetic studio, traveling with friends, worshipping with church family, or eating good food, solo. No matter the atmosphere, she is always mindful of creating a safe space and holding space for healing: Ready, set, breathe.