Brittany Mann, LMSW
My name is Brittany Mann, and I am a licensed master's level social worker with over 9 years of experience in the mental health field. I received my Bachelor of Science in Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina Upstate and my Master of Social Work from Winthrop University. During my undergraduate studies, I was a student researcher in the Personality Psychology Lab at the university, where I explored the development of human relationships and personality assessment through first impressions. From this experience, I understood how the human experience is impacted and shaped by social and family environments. I developed a further understanding by working in various mental health services settings serving persons with complex needs and persistent barriers to quality of life. My clinical experience as a master’s level social worker includes providing evidence-based treatment for anxiety disorders, depression, developmental disorders, persistent suicidal ideation, trauma, and emotional and mood disorders. In my clinical practice, I utilize internal family systems therapy, applied behavioral analysis, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed interventions, and dialectical behavioral therapy. I value the importance of building a collaborative working relationship with clients where care is specific to their individual, emotional, and biopsychosocial needs.
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