Brittany Nelson

As a clinical psychologist, I greatly value the privilege of walking alongside hurting people in need of hope. I utilize a person centered, solutions focused approach that values the individual and each individual’s experience. I offer therapy from a faith based perspective, seeking to promote change through the healing God can provide. I enjoy working with all age groups from the very young through adulthood.

Working for many years in the field, I have experience treating a wide variety of issues including: anxiety, depression, thought disorders, self-esteem issues, learning disabilities, behavior problems, ADHD, addiction, multiple personalities, mood disturbances, women’s issues, athlete issues, team building, leadership development, and spiritual concerns.

Sports have always played a big role in my life. As a marathoner and triathlete I have an intimate understanding of the unique stressors athletes face. I have extensive experience in the area of sport psychology, helping athletes to overcome injury, illness, anxiety, skill building, transitioning to college, and retirement.

Education:

  • Cornerstone University, 2004, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Family Therapy

  • Wheaton University, 2011 Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Cape Coral, FL

Brittany Nelson

As a clinical psychologist, I greatly value the privilege of walking alongside hurting people in need of hope. I utilize a person centered, solutions focused approach that values the individual and each individual’s experience. I offer therapy from a faith based perspective, seeking to promote change through the healing God can provide. I enjoy working with all age groups from the very young through adulthood.

Working for many years in the field, I have experience treating a wide variety of issues including: anxiety, depression, thought disorders, self-esteem issues, learning disabilities, behavior problems, ADHD, addiction, multiple personalities, mood disturbances, women’s issues, athlete issues, team building, leadership development, and spiritual concerns.

Sports have always played a big role in my life. As a marathoner and triathlete I have an intimate understanding of the unique stressors athletes face. I have extensive experience in the area of sport psychology, helping athletes to overcome injury, illness, anxiety, skill building, transitioning to college, and retirement.

Education:

  • Cornerstone University, 2004, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Family Therapy

  • Wheaton University, 2011 Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Cape Coral, FL

s2Member®