Emily Britt

Emily Britt, MSW, RSW

Social Worker


Clinical Philosophy

No matter what brought you to counselling, I am excited to work with you towards improving your mental health and wellbeing! I believe that everyone deserves to have someone to listen non-judgementally and support them through life’s ups and downs. I hope I can provide this for you during our time together.

In my counselling practice, I advocate for creating a life worth living and believe that stopping to smell the flowers is  important. Words that best describe my practice would include: warm, supportive, empathetic, accepting, insight-focused and safe. In the words of Roy T. Bennett, “Don’t wait for the right moment to start, start and make each moment right.”

Areas of Practice

Couples counselling for: improving communication, rekindling desire, navigating conflict or disagreements, and improving other common relationship problems

Individual Counselling for: depression, anxiety, reducing work stress, self-esteem or self-concept issues, coping with anger, assertiveness training, increasing confidence, communication skills training, increasing work/life balance, grief and loss, coping through major life changes (such as retirement, a new baby, breakups or divorce); cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy

Education and Training

Masters in Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2014

Bachelor of Applied Arts in Behavioural Psychology, St. Lawrence College, 2012

Professional Memberships

College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW)

Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW)

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