Brenna (she/her) has a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Carlow University in Pittsburgh, PA and is a member of the American Counseling Association. She has experience from the US working with diverse populations in non-profit organizations, private practice settings and in the Allegheny County Jail. Her therapeutic approach can be described as person-centered, trauma informed and emotive based. Brenna caters each therapeutic relationship to the client’s specific needs and style of growth.
“I am deeply inspired by the depth of human experience. Each struggle and triumph in anyone’s story is a testament to their individual and unique courage to navigate the world around them. I think life is complicated and finding happiness and strength can sometimes be difficult, but I believe that a sense of empowerment can go a long way in facing life’s challenges. I have been drawn to counseling work to facilitate healing and growth in people that are struggling. I believe that everyone has the capacity to reach their fullest potential and that the collaborative, therapeutic relationship has the power to aid people in that process of discovery. Empathy and understanding are too often undervalued and overlooked, though counseling provides a unique space for these things to be cultivated and felt through completely non-judgmental, introspective healing. I believe counseling work can be essential to creating wellness, peace, empowerment and self-acceptance for many people.”
– Brenna Fritz, MS
Brenna has experience working with the following:
- Relationships & Couples
- Empowerment and Self Esteem
- Sexual Positivity
- Suicidality and Self Harm
For more information or a free consultation with Brenna, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brenna’s fees are €110 for a standard 50-minute session and €150 for couples, however she can offer appointments on a sliding scale for students and others as needed.