Brittany Stroud, M.A., is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. After teaching English in Texas public schools, she moved to North Carolina to earn a Master of Art in Professional School Counseling with a concentration in Body-Centered Therapy. While living in the western North Carolina mountains, she learned how being in nature can heal the body from stress and burnout. She knew then that she would bring this understanding back to her home state of Texas, guiding the focus in her counseling practice. Brittany is also Registered Yoga Teacher for both adults and children (RYT-200/RCYT-95), which informs her clinical work as a therapist. As a counselor she has worked in school, university, and non-profit settings.
Working with adolescents and young adults, Brittany approaches sessions from a person-centered perspective and uses a mind-body approach to wellness. She integrates the evidence-based modalities of mindfulness, ecotherapy, expressive arts and narrative therapy along with self-regulation techniques into thoughtful sessions. Collaborating with clients as they move through life’s transitions and towards personal growth + healing, Brittany focuses on each individual’s need in therapy. Through a warm and supportive relationship, she walks beside clients as they develop deeper self-compassion, awareness, and agency.
- Master of Art, Professional School Counseling with Concentration in Body-Centered Therapy – Appalachian State University
- Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies – University of North Texas