Britt has been in the social work and therapy field since 1998. She has built her career around the integration of what she sees as the most effective forms of psychotherapy and her love of connecting with the outdoors and horses. She believes that trauma and attachment repair must integrate the body. She specializes in trauma and eating disorder treatment for children and adults. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (in Tennessee and California) and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (in California), and is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She is certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), is an iaedp Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, the Midsouth iaedp Chapter president, is Certified in Trauma Conscious Yoga Method, and dually certified in the EAGALA and Natural Lifemanship equine assisted psychotherapy models as both a mental health professional and equine professional. It turns out, she was conducting equine therapy informally since before she knew what it was! Formally she has been trained for over six years in equine assisted psychotherapy, and is now a trainer for Natural Lifemanship and a host for trainings. Britt combines for-profit and non-profit experience with her practice, Connections Counseling and the non-profit entity, Our Happy Place, which is named after the family farm near Memphis, Tennessee.