Brittany Glaser

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Who We Help
  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teens
  • English
  • Adoption
  • Anxiety and Panic Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Blended Families and Remarriage
  • Career/Work Issues
  • Caregiver Stress
  • Chronic Illness/Cancer
  • College Transitions
  • Communication Skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • DBT
  • Depression
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Elder Care
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Family Conflict
  • Fears and Phobias
  • Gender and Sexual Identity
  • Grief and Loss
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Parent-Child Relationships
  • Personality Disorders
  • Romantic Relationships
  • Self-Harm
  • Social Skills and Peer Relationships
  • Spiritual Issues and Concerns
  • Stress
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Women’s Wellness

Licensed Professional Counselor
Staff Therapist
DBT Team Lead

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” – Carl Rogers

Brittany loves walking alongside people when life has become overwhelming or they come to that difficult and brave place of knowing they need help. All people have the capacity to thrive and sometimes we all need help figuring out how to get there or what that looks like for us. Working mostly with individuals ages 12 and up, Brittany focuses on life transitions, depression, grief, anxiety, identity development, self-esteem, suicidality, and relationship conflict. With her background in Divinity, Brittany strongly believes in respecting the whole person and integrating spirituality into therapy with clients for whom spirituality is an important aspect of their lives. She is also passionate about working with the LGBT+ community and works with her clients on helping them connect with themselves and find wholeness.

Therapy works when people know that they are seen, not judged, and have space to truly see themselves and grow into who they want to become. In Brittany’s therapy, those are her goals. She believes in creating a safe place for people to find connection, hope, and holistic wellness. When working with people, Brittany begins every therapy relationship by coming alongside them and making sure they are working together on their goals. Based on someone’s therapy goals and needs, Brittany uses non-directive humanistic approaches to drive therapy. As a therapist intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), she integrates DBT skills and techniques into therapy when it is appropriate for the individual. Brittany also uses narrative, person-centered, interpersonal, CBT, and mindfulness therapy.

Brittany received her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health and Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University.  She went to University of Richmond for her Bachelor of Arts where she dual majored in Psychology and Leadership Studies. Brittany has worked at Summit as a therapist since 2016. Prior to joining the Summit, she worked as a college counselor at Salem College.  During that time, Brittany provided individual counseling to students to address a variety of mental health concerns including gender identity, depression, anxiety, suicidality, grief, and trauma. Before Salem College, Brittany also worked at a middle school and offered individual counseling to students with presenting concerns of anxiety, relationship conflict, and home conflict. In addition to therapy specific roles, she also worked as a children’s minister and co-led a nonprofit providing resources to women trapped in the sex trade.

When Brittany is not counseling, she can usually be found on a run, hike, bike ride, attempting to follow a complicated recipe in the kitchen, or following her husband on his photography adventures. She has two adorable fur babies and loves spending time with her family and friends whenever she can.


  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Leadership Studies), University of Richmond
  • Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health, Wake Forest University
  • Master of Divinity, Wake Forest University

Licensure, Certifications and Professional Affiliations

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, Georgia
  • Nationally Certified Counselor
  • Member, American Counseling Association
  • Member, National Board for Certified Counselors
  • Member, Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
  • Member, Chi Sigma Iota National Honor Society
  • Intensively Trained DBT Clinician


  • DBT Skills Class

Community Outreach

  • Summit Counseling Virtual Event – January 14 at 7 PM – YouTube
    Johns Creek UMC partnered with Summit Counseling Center to lead a panel discussion on “Hope in the Midst of Loss”. In this unprecedented time, our normal is no longer normal. Loss has taken on many new shapes and forms. Some of us have experienced the loss of a friend or family member and find ourselves grieving without the support of our community due to social distancing. Others are experiencing the loss or disruption of our jobs, social isolation, and moreover the loss of a “normal routine” as we knew it. Join our partners at The Summit for a discussion on recognizing our loss, processing our grief and practicing self-care moving forward.