Bryttney Huseas, LAMFT
This journey of life can be hard and at times may feel unmanageable and overwhelming. Reaching for support provides fertile soil in order to heal and grow. Bryttney offers a safe space for uncensored openness. She is committed to walking alongside her clients with great care and compassion in whatever challenges they may face. She incorporates a variety of research-based therapeutic models including Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Experiential Exercises, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Psycho-education. Bryttney is committed to growing in and utilizing the most recent research on anxiety, depression, shame, trauma, grief, and relational issues.
Bryttney will aid in connecting you to your mind, body, and spirit in the therapeutic process, while also working with you to nurture your connection to others. She works to explore how intimate relationships, work life, and our spiritual journeys all play a part in who we are. Bryttney focuses on empowering individuals to be authentic in these relationships. In such a disconnected world, committing to connection to self and others has great value in healing.
Bryttney has experience working in the foster care system as a Case Manager with children and adolescents. Additionally her experience includes work with adult individuals, couples, adolescents, and families as an externist.
Bryttney is an explorer of the senses. She enjoys learning new ways to be creative, making and trying new foods, and partaking in fun ways to exercise, including yoga, outdoor activities, and weightlifting. She is passionate about connection, playfulness, and mindful living. Bryttney is married to a wonderful man and knows personally the benefits of good therapy.