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Britton Elliott is a Licensed Professional Counselor licensed to practice in the state of Texas. Britton earned a BA in English Literature at University of North Texas in 2009, and began teaching  middle school English in 2010. It was during that time in the classroom that Britton realized her passion for not only teaching her students, but guiding them through life transitions as well. It was because of these meaningful relationships with her students that Britton decided to return to school to earn a master's degree in school counseling. Britton also took the additional coursework necessary to qualify her to sit for the LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) exam. Between her time teaching and completing her master's degree, Britton interned at a psychiatric hospital where she gained valuable experience working with patients and collaborating with colleagues. 

 

After graduating from Texas A&M-Commerce with a master's degree in school counseling in 2014, Britton began working as a high school guidance counselor in South Texas. After relocating to Dallas,  she began working at Dallas ISD while simultaneously earning hours towards full licensure as an LPC. Britton has worked under the supervision of Don Zablosky (LPC-S) as an intern for the last 2.5 years. She earned her LPC in October of 2020.  She is now in private practice in east Dallas, but offers virtual sessions to clients across Texas. Britton has experience working with children, adolescents, individuals, and couples.  She has over 10 years of work experience in education, providing her with a unique and deep understanding of a wide variety of circumstances and issues. Britton effectively uses her leadership experiences in conjunction with her extremely skillful counseling methods and techniques to deliver a novel pathway towards growth, healing, and empowerment for her clients.

Britton lives in Lakewood, Dallas. In her free time, she enjoys exercising, making art, playing the piano, cooking, and the occasional Netflix binge. She loves hiking with her best little furry friend, Chulita.