Brittney Jihyun Kil, MA
Brittney earned her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University. She completed two internships in two college counseling centers with young adults struggling with transition and identity issues as well as family trauma and substance use. Brittney’s clinical experience spans working with children, teens, adults and older adults in residential, inpatient and community settings.
Brittney has a person-centered, humanistic approach that incorporates techniques from DBT, Feminist Therapy, Trauma Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. By utilizing these styles, Brittney hopes to foster a compassionate and encouraging relationship with her clients in which they can build awareness and feel empowered to act with agency in their lives.
Brittney is passionate about working with clients who are balancing different cultural expectations, doing intergenerational work, navigating transitions in identity, exploring interpersonal struggles in their family, dealing with grief and loss or struggling to find confidence.
Brittney can provide therapy in English and Korean.
Brittney is working toward independent licensure as a mental health professional. During that time, she is operating under the license of her clinical supervisor.