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About Britta

My journey to becoming a mother was difficult. I experienced the loss of my newborn, the loss of my subsequent pregnancy, and then secondary infertility. I understand the complex struggles that develop because of reproductive trauma.
I know what it is to live in this space.
 
This type of trauma, when not addressed can manifest into family and relationship difficulties, problems with work, overall happiness, and the way in which you see yourself.  I know that with support you can find a path through these difficult times, and I am here to provide that support. My path finally resulted in the birth of two healthy boys and this experience has made me want to help and support others with these challenges
and difficulties.  

FAQs—

Who do you primarily work with?

I have provided support to a wide range of clients; children, adults, families, sexual assault survivors, incarcerated individuals, and those experiencing substance use concerns. My training has been very broad as I have delivered support in public schools, private homes, community mental health, correctional facilities, and hospitals. Having this experience I have learned to be adaptable, and I have a whole host of tools and training to match my clients individual needs. 

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A bit more about me

I am originally from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I have lived
in 10 states, three countries, and have had the opportunity to travel all over the world. You could say I know a thing or two about change and transitions. I enjoy meeting people from all walks of life. It has made me a better person and a better therapist.
 
When I am away from my practice you will find me with my husband and two boys. Family, travel, food, and friends are what bring me joy. I also spend a great deal of time training Sochi, our German Shepherd. She is the protector of the family and takes great care
of us. In turn, we do all we can to keep her filled with love and treats!

 

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet
voice at the end of the day saying I will try again tomorrow.”

Mary Ann Radmacher