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brittney-ketchup-hallStaff Associate Therapist
Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
Summit OnSite School Based Therapist – Alpharetta High School & Webb Bridge Middle School



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“Children have the resilience to outlive their sufferings if we give them the chance” -Ishmael Beah

Brittany is passionate about providing a safe environment in which adolescents, young adults, and families can develop the necessary skills to navigate through life’s challenges. She strives to work collaboratively with her clients to develop goals, identify strengths, and form creative solutions. Brittany strongly believes in making her clients feel heard and supported throughout the process of self-exploration and growth. Her areas of interests include: relationship issues, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and social skills.

Prior to Summit, Brittany worked in a community mental health agency providing individual and family therapy to children and families referred by DFCS and Medicaid. She also provided Parental Fitness, Violence Risk, and Trauma assessments and developed a keen insight into the needs of children and families in crisis.  Brittany has also worked in a private practice setting, primarily with youth and young adults. During her graduate studies she also worked with severely mentally ill and impoverished adults and families doing individual and group therapy.

Brittany Ketchup Hall earned her master’s in psychology at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology and a B.A in psychology from Howard University. She is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor.

She is under the supervision of Carleen Newsome.



  • BA Psychology; Howard University
  • MA Psychology; Fuller Graduate School of Psychology


  • Licensed Associate Professional Counselor


  • Anxiety
  • Social Skills
  • Healthy Relationships


  • Mental Health America
    • Building Resilience in Youth
    • Mental Health 101
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