• Brittany Wilson, PLPC

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    Brittany was raised in Clinton, Louisiana, and currently resides there as well. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2007. After the birth of her children, she spent several years as a substitute teacher. There, Brittany found her love of working with students and helping them with real-life issues that they experienced, both in and outside of the classroom. Brittany returned to SELU in 2019 to complete her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in December 2021.


    Brittany began her career working with young adults at SELU’s University Counseling Center, then working as an intern Counselor with elementary & middle-school students through RKM’s school-based health clinics. Brittany enjoys working in the private-practice setting so that she may include a variety of therapeutic approaches, as well as offer group therapy.  Brittany has experience working with clients with a wide range of issues pertaining to adjustment difficulties, relational conflicts, self-esteem and self-awareness issues, grief, anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, and more. Brittany has also taken advanced coursework and training in Grief Therapy. Brittany utilizes a variety of techniques uniquely tailored to each client, including play therapy with her adolescent and child clients.