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Britney Hill
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
North Carolina

In-network with

Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and Cigna

Specializes in

Anger Management, Anxiety, Depression, Family Issues, Maternal Mental Health, OCD, PTSD, Relationship Issues, Stress, Trauma, and Women's Issues

Great to meet you!

I have 10 years post graduation working in the Mental Health field. My passion is working with teens and adults dealing with stress and anxiety, depression and resolving relationship issues.

I take a person-centered approach to therapy as I believe the focus of our time is you. My goal is to provide help in guiding you to reach your greatest potential!

A bit about my approach to therapy

I utilize integrative models involving insight oriented, cognitive behavioral, developmental, narrative, EMDR, solution-focused, and creative counseling concepts from existing theories which recognize that change comes from not only verbal, but also visual and kinesthetic exchanges.

What you can expect from our first session

I believe that the Professional Therapeutic Relationship between client and therapist is the key variable in facilitating positive changes. My belief is that clients have the natural ability to learn, change, and grow towards his or her full potential, so they may experience more meaningful, healthier, and happier lives. I also believe growth is a process and not a race.

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Insurance carriers Britney accepts

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

More about Britney

MA (Master of Arts) at University of North Carolina At Charlotte
License type: LCMHC (Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor)
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Black or African descent
Languages: English
Works with: Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Seniors
Modalities: Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT), and Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)