Speaker: Brittany Glaser, M.A., M.Div
Brittany is a therapist at the Summit Counseling Center. She is passionate about creating a safe place for people to find connection, hope, and holistic wellness. She believes that all people have the ability to grow and thrive. Using primarily non-directive humanistic approaches, Brittany works alongside people to help them discover their inner strengths. Her areas of interest include grief, relationship health, spirituality, anxiety, trauma, transitions, identity development, and depression.
Prior to joining the Summit, Brittany worked as a college counselor at Salem College. During that time, she provided individual counseling to students to address a variety of mental health concerns including gender identity, depression, anxiety, suicidality, grief, and trauma. Before Salem College, Brittany also worked at a middle school wherein she offered individual counseling to students with presenting concerns of anxiety, relationship conflict, and home conflict. She also led student groups. Brittany has also worked with children and families as a children’s minister.
Brittany received her Master of Arts in Counseling and Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University. She went to University of Richmond for her Bachelor of Arts.
First Class Sundays is an open forum for parents, grandparents, and those involved in the life of children and students. You will learn about today's hot topics. Normally scheduled for the first Sunday of the month.