Brittany Corcoran, LCMHC
Hey. I’m Brittany Corcoran, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a person who believes in the core resiliency, power, and goodness of humankind.
Practicing at Full Life is a sort of homecoming for me. While earning my Masters in Counseling at Wake Forest University I had the pleasure of completing a yearlong internship at Full Life. Now, with a little serendipity and Ginny’s amazing vision—I’m making my happy return.
This time, I’m bringing seven years of professional experience in the counseling field concentrating primarily on those who wish to explore their relationship with drugs and/or alcohol and their supports, survivors of sexual assault or trauma, and utilization review. Throughout my counseling career, I have worked in private practice, managed care, and residential treatment settings—collaborating with the justice system, child and family services, and various County level drug courts in the state of Georgia.
One of the hardest parts of therapy is making that first call. You’re realizing that something needs to change in your life or maybe you’ve been thinking about therapy for a while. It can feel difficult to find the right therapist, especially when you’re feeling down or lost. I believe you deserve to feel heard, held, and empowered.
At the heart of my practice is a genuine care for others, authenticity, and a little humor. I use Person-centered approaches, Mindfulness based techniques, and evidence-based modalities like CBT. I use these approaches with the intent of helping people become aware, facilitate change, and achieve personal growth. My professional relationships are rooted in optimism and the conviction that there is hope for a Fuller Life.
Outside of counseling, my interest include exercise, travel, my pets—Penny and Kit Cat, football at the University of Georgia, music, trivia, and trying to keep up with my 2 lively preschoolers.