Brittney Hebert, M.A. (she/her)

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

AMFT #127481
(408) 508-6248

Supervised by Kristen Hannah, M.A., LMFT #97199

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MA in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University
BA in Human Development from California State University, East Bay

Specific Professional Training
Complex Trauma and Crisis Therapy
Polyvagal Theory Trauma Informed Therapy
Object Relations Therapy
Complicated Grief Therapy
Trauma-Focused CBT for Childhood Traumatic Grief Therapy
Advanced Multicultural Therapy
Feminist-Multicultural Therapy
Existential Therapy
Mindfulness and Somatic Resourcing

Areas of Focus
Trauma and Sexual Violence
Grief & Loss
Domestic Violence
Feminism and Multicultural
Identity & Meaning
Relationships and Attachment
Children & Adolescent

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP)

People choose therapy at different chapters in their story and for different reasons. Choosing to speak to a therapist can sometimes be scary, hopeful, challenging, or all of the above. Whatever challenges and hopes you find in your current chapter, my goal is to help you find the support that fits you best.

As your therapist, I hope we can build a relationship where you feel supported in your authenticity. I embrace people from all backgrounds and hope to intentionally create an environment where you can feel safe providing feedback. Therapy is often a great place to practice setting boundaries, explore vulnerability, process trauma, and learn how to have challenging conversations in the safety of knowing your therapist will still be there, and this is a place where we can practice all of those and more if you choose. You are the author of your own story, and I encourage you to share as much as you like at whatever pace is most comfortable for you. Healing is a journey with no timeline or linear path, and I will always do my best to walk alongside you wherever you are in that journey and no matter what obstacles you are up against. There are no dragons so fierce that I won’t be ready to face them with you.

Brittney graduated with her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University where she received specialized training in an array of therapeutic modalities. Prior to that, she graduated with her B.A. in Human Development with special training in Childhood Development. Brittney previously worked at a non-profit where she gained experience working with issues like trauma, grief, addiction, feminist and multicultural issues, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, and personality disorders. In her free time, Brittney enjoys reading and will always have books to recommend if you want them. Brittney also enjoys hiking, swimming, and playing Dungeons and Dragons.

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