Private practice offering counselling, psychotherapy and expressive arts education/facilitation experiences. Brittany works with children (3 yrs+), adolescents, adults, families, and groups supporting them through a variety of challenges and empowering them to heal and grow. Brittany’s particular areas of interest include supporting clients in building strengths, resiliency, self-esteem, self-love, and connecting to our innate creativity and authenticity, and working with survivors of sexual assault/abuse and domestic violence, holding the safe space and building resilience in order to heal from traumatizing experiences. Brittany is also the Supervisor and Clinic Director/Owner of Sirtonski Wellness Space, a creativity and arts-based wellness space in Whitby, Ontario.
Psychological, counselling and assessment services for individuals, couples, and families.
Counselling and wellness services for individuals, couples, and families.
Emergency counselling and support for victims of violent crimes including sexual assault, domestic violence, serious assault, homocide, human trafficking and hate crimes.
Feminist organization which provides free support services to recent and historical survivors of sexual assault/abuse/harassment.
To report suspected child abuse and neglect – call the 24/7 phone line at (905) 433-1551
Family Law Support and Resource Centre in Durham region for women who have experienced abuse and their children.
Emergency and Crisis Lines
24/7 Distress Helpline 1-800-452-0688
24/7 Crisis and emotional support line 1-416-408-4357
Online chat – available 2pm – 2am daily
Text crisis service -available 2pm – 2am daily – Text 741741
24/7 Free, Anonymous, Confidential Hotline for individuals ages 20 and under 1-800-668-6868
For live web chat for individuals ages 20 and under, click here
24-hour crisis and support line
24-hour and TTY crisis line for women who have experienced abuse
Toll-free TTY 1-866-863-7868
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Professional Bodies & Associations
CCPA is a Canada-wide association that promotes the profession of counselling and psychotherapy and its contribution to the mental health and well-being of all Canadian
CRPO is one of Ontario’s regulatory bodies for graduate level mental health practitioners and protects the interests/safety of the public. Only CRPO members are eligible to use the professional title ‘Psychotherapist’.
CPO is Ontario’s governing body for psychologists, psychological associates and those mental health professionals working under their direct supervision.