Brittany Stewart, MA Intern

We are excited to have Brittany Stewart as one of our therapists through May 2018!  Brittany  provides free and low cost counseling services to those who have difficulty accessing services elsewhere or cannot afford more costly fees.

Brittany is a Master’s Level intern from Regis University working toward her Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.  She has completed all required academic coursework and a Practicum.  In her Practicum, Brittany counseled children, families, and couples at the Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy.  Brittany has also completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy.

Brittany graduated with a BA in Women & Gender Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2011 and most recently worked at a health clinic where she became passionate about helping others access health services who may have difficulty doing so due to income or other barriers.  Brittany believes that everyone is inherently worthy of connection and love.  As a therapist, she strives to provide an inclusive, safe space for exploration, collaboration, authenticity, and growth.  She is curious about how one’s environment, support system, relationships, power dynamics, race, ethnicity, environment, and identity impact their relationships and wellbeing.  Brittany enjoys working with couples, families, and children to identify and heal wounds they have experienced which may continue to impact their ability to have the relationships and life they desire.

Adria Rigg, LPC, LMFT will be directly supervising and training Brittany to ensure the best care for each client. Brittany will occasionally video record sessions so that Adria can directly observe and guide Brittany’s work with clients. In addition, Adria may observe Brittany’s sessions through live video stream or by joining sessions, in order to provide in-the-moment feedback and support.