Brittany Statler, LCSW, is a compassionate therapist that is dedicated to creating a collaborative approach working with individuals across the lifespan in both individual and group psychotherapy. She is passionate about working with individuals struggling with eating disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, body image, identity, relational difficulties and non-suicidal self-injury.
Brittany brings many years of experience in the behavioral health field at multiple levels of care including inpatient behavioral health hospitals, residential treatment facilities, day programs and intensive outpatient care. She has received advanced training in a range of mindfulness-based therapeutic approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and uses Exposure and Response Prevention to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder and has spoken at many national conferences across the United States.
Brittany uses acceptance and mindfulness-based approaches to help individuals better understand their reason for seeking support. Her approach assists the individual in connecting with themselves to make space and cope with difficult thoughts, feelings and experiences. She helps individuals increase awareness of their core value system to engage in a life worth living daily. Brittany believes that full recovery is possible and joins with individuals to help guide them to overcome these disorders.