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Brittany Bass-Jones, LSW, CC-CSW

is a Licensed Social Worker who received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Jackson State University. She is licensed both in Tennessee and Kentucky. Brittany is an active duty military wife who has has served vulnerable populations for over 8 years. She enjoys working with preteens, young adults, couples, blended and military families. She believes that therapy is an internal investment one makes towards a more desirable version of themselves in addition to their family unit. Brittany is willing to see clients as young as 10yrs old and as old as 65yo for individual, couple, family or group sessions who need support with:

Anger Management

Bipolar Disorder

Career Counseling

Depression

Dissociations

Divorce

Life Transitions

Marital and Premarital Issues

Grief

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Parenting Skills

Post-Partum

Self-Esteem

Self-Harm

Spirituality

Stress and Anxiety

Suicidal Ideation

Transgender Issues

Women's Issues

To help her clients lean into their own resilience and ingenuity Brittany's interventions include:

 

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT),

Attachment Based Therapy,

Behavioral Activation Therapy,

Christian Counseling,

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT),

Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT),

General Family/Marital Counseling,

Family Systems Therapy,

Functional Communication Training,

Humanistic Approach,  

Motivational Interviewing,

Person-Centered Approach,

Psychoanalytic,

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT),

Strength-Based Approach

and Structural Family Therapy

 

 Whether hoping to discover you again or unpack some things that may be causing roadblocks in your healing journey, Brittany is eager to run this marathon alongside you.

                                              This therapist only provides virtual counseling at this time. 

To schedule an appointment with Brittany Click Here and complete our request an appointment form.

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