Insurance: In-network with Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Optum, ComPsych, MediNCrease, & Magellan
Locations: Waco & Online
Have you struggled with your past? Has your past impacted your marriage or significant relationships? Do you find less interest in the things that used to bring you happiness? Brittany works with adults, teenagers, and couples to address anxiety, trauma, depression, communication struggles, suicidal thoughts, and low self esteem. She uses Trauma Model Therapy, Cognitive therapy, and Emotional Transformation Therapy to address the underlying reason for uncomfortable symptoms.
Brittany has seen people resolve core issues and move into a happier, healthier way of decision making and thinking. She will advise some to reach out to a psychiatrist to be evaluated for medication management. Sometimes, medication can help alleviate the intense symptoms and help allow space for processing and changing ways of thinking.
For some, Medication is not a part of the process. Brittany can help address underlying issues and work towards perspective shifts and thought pattern changes. She helps establish and practice healthy coping skills and expression of emotion.
Brittany sees clients in Denton and via telehealth. She is married to Cotey Bowman, who is also a counselor, and has two tiny children who keep her on her toes. She is funny, encouraging, and always appreciates a good cup of coffee. She loves people and believes in their ability to heal and move forward towards dreams.
Brittany grew up in the Waco, TX area and has been in Dallas for the last 7 years. Brittany Graduated from Texas A&M – Corpus Christi with a Bachelors in Psychology and from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Masters in Counseling.
Brittany’s experience in residential facilities, private practice and in life give her an edge to address hard topics.
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Specialties Include: trauma, marriage, addiction, anxiety, and depression.
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