Brittany has been working with the pediatric population since received her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Lenoir-Rhyne University. Throughout her career she has worked with a broad range of diagnoses including sensory processing disorder, global developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, Erb’s palsy, Fragile X syndrome, lissencephaly, arthrogryposis, Koolen-de Vries syndrome, complex trauma, seizure disorders, psychosocial conditions, and learning disorders.
Brittany is trained extensively in the Somatic Experiencing® method, which is a body-oriented approach to building nervous system resilience, and the resolution of trauma and other stress disorders. She has certifications in both Integrated Listening System’s™ Safe and Sound Protocol™, and Interactive Metronome®. She is also trained in and utilizes holistic and sensory integrative techniques to support childhood development.
Growing up in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Brittany comes from a background rooted in nature, creativity, and music. She toured internationally with various artists for many years as a professional violinist and was inspired to pursue occupational therapy as a career because it aligns with her creative nature and desire to help others. In her spare time, Brittany enjoys spending time with her husband, biking, and exploring nature.