Brittani Tyler MS, LMHCA
"I believe long lasting changes are made through compassion and empowerment."
I believe that growth and acceptance can come even from the most painful of places. Whether I work with you in a time of fear, confusion, or pain, I honor your autonomy and inner ability to heal. I believe that that my inherent purpose as a counselor is to help others find resilience in their life journey. It is important to me that you feel safe and free from judgment.
I am here to provide support, safety and acceptance for individuals experiencing any of the following issues during their life journey: depression, anxiety, stress, life transition issues, trauma, and children/adolescent issues. In addition, I have specific training in pregnancy/postpartum mood disorders, pregnancy/neonatal loss, difficulty transitioning to motherhood/parenthood, and birth trauma.
I believe long lasting changes are made through compassion and empowerment. I draw on a variety of different treatment approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and psychoeducation to help each person I work with to meet their unique goals and needs.
My educational background includes receiving a degree in Psychology from Eastern Washington University, followed by a graduate degree in counseling through Grand Canyon University.