Brittany Clark

BA, BSW (She, her, hers)

Brittany is a Social Worker who completed her Bachelor of Social work degree at the University of Victoria and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Social Work from Memorial University.

Prior to forging her path into work as a psychotherapist, Brittany spent 10 years working in healthcare and nonprofit settings. During that time, Brittany gained experience supporting people who are facing challenges related to grief and loss, life transitions, trauma recovery, OCD, challenging relationships, self-work/ self-esteem, and stress reduction. She has also provided emotional and practical support to victims or witnesses of crime and related trauma.

She is committed to cultivating a safe space for clients where, together, you can work towards navigating obstacles, identifying goals, and developing strategies for positive change related to mental health and wellness. With an anti-oppressive, collaborative, trauma-informed approach, Brittany aims to support clients as they uncover their strengths and identify opportunities for personal growth. She engages a compassionate, holistic lens, as well as evidence-based practices, aligned to each client’s individual needs.

She looks forward to collaborating with you.

With respect, humility, and gratitude, she wants to acknowledge the privilege of living and working on the traditional territory of the LƏK̓ʷƏŊƏN peoples.