Alisa Anthony

Brittney Avaritt, Therapist


Relationships are hard. The stresses of everyday life tend to throw curveballs that can cause conflict even in the healthiest of relationships. If you and your loved ones are in a place where it’s difficult to see a way out of the conflict, counseling is a great tool to help you become unstuck and find a path forward.

Relational work is my passion and I love to see individuals connect with one another in meaningful and impactful ways. I graduated from John Brown University where I obtained a Master of Arts degree in Counseling with a Marriage and Family Therapy emphasis. In fact, I love relational work so much that I’m currently pursuing a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy from National University. I have experience working with adults, adolescents, and children of any gender in individual, couple, and family therapy. I approach counseling from person-centered, attachment-based, and systemic modalities and can help with issues such as marital/couple conflict, parent-child conflict, pre-marital preparation, divorce recovery, depression, anxiety, anger management, stress management, grief/loss, and life transitions/adjustments.

I respect and honor the worth of every individual, couple, and family unit, and I have created a safe, welcoming, affirming, therapeutic space for you to come just as you are. Every person deserves this respect and honor – even you – and I will remain collaborative and open in my intent to understand and approach you, your partner, and your family in your unique identities and circumstances.

It would be an honor to help you and your loved ones find that new path forward and make the journey towards change and healing.