Brittany Fellwock, LPC Intern
Supervised by Ann Stoneson, LPC-S
Hello! I’m Brittany and I help adults move past their past and rediscover their most fierce self! Difficult life experiences and the negative thoughts and beliefs tied to them may make it challenging for you to access your inner strength and the best version of yourself. But therapy can help!
As a therapist, I am drawn to work with adults who had difficult childhoods, those who struggle with perfectionism, and survivors of abuse, neglect, sexual violence, racism/discrimination, and single event traumas like car accidents. I’m often asked why I chose this work. I mean, these are really tough topics! You should know that I do not scare easily! Also, I’m a trauma survivor myself. I know what it’s like to feel alone, ashamed, and overwhelmed after a traumatic experience. I have been on both sides of the therapy couch, as a client and now as a therapist, and I know how powerful and transformative this work can be. As your therapist, I will not lose faith in your ability to heal, and I will help guide you through your own healing journey — however that journey may look!
I believe that working with survivors is one of the best ways I can advocate for social justice and social change. Therapy fosters self-love and compassion, and in turn allows us to approach the world with love and compassion as well. I welcome discussions about how your trauma history and current worldview intersect with social and political issues.
I consider the therapeutic relationship itself to be an important component of the healing process and a central source of learning about ourselves and others. So, it’s important that we are a good fit! My approach to therapy is present-centered, emotionally engaged, and relationship focused. I am trained in EMDR and TBRI (specialized forms of trauma therapy), and I integrate relationship science-based models, body-centered approaches, and Mindfulness techniques to help you explore and heal current problems and past wounds. Additionally, I offer a Feminist perspective in order to address how dynamics of power, culture, and gender — both in the therapy room and the outside world — impact you and your experiences. My aim for every session is to be accepting, curious, empathic, genuine, and playful.
In my free time I enjoy hiking, swimming, yoga, and eating tacos — after all, life is about balance! But enough about me. I want to hear from you! Give me a call at 512/201-4501, ext. 148. Ready to bring out your most fierce self? Click here to request an appointment with me. I can’t wait to hear from you!