About Brittany Jones, MA, LLPC

imgMy education consists of a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Writing from Grand Valley State University and a Master of Arts in Counselor Education, Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Michigan University. I am currently a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC) in the State of Michigan, which affords me the ability to diagnose and treat mental health disorders. As a LLPC, I also receive supervision from a fully Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) on a regular basis.

I have been trained to work with individuals, families, and groups utilizing such techniques as, Person-Centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). With the use of these methodologies, I have treated such disorders and mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, suicidal ideation, adjustment disorder, and self-harm. My experience to date has primarily been with children, adolescents, women, and families. By way of a multitude of evidence-based practices, assessments, and appropriate diagnoses my aspiration is to assist individuals in becoming more effective and self-reliant when in the process of resolving problems.

I am passionate about promoting such elements of counseling as prevention, advocacy, and empowerment. It is also a strong personal value of mine to support and protect vulnerable individuals from harm. My intention in therapy is to develop a secure and reassuring space to uplift clients as they work towards their personal goals along their mental health and wellness journey.

Schedule an Appointment with Brittany Jones

Contact Me: [email protected]


Emergencies: 
If you are experiencing an emergency or if your need is of an urgent nature, please call 911 or go to your local hospital. Contacting me does not constitute a client therapist relationship unless you are a regular client who is being seen by me in my office.



MY SPECIALTIES

Specialties
Women
Children/Adolescents
Multicultural Counseling
Coping Skills
Goal Setting

Issues
Anxiety
Depression
Trauma
Grief
Anger Management
Borderline Personality
Family Conflict
Behavioral Concerns
Peer Relationships
Self Esteem
Self Injury
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Mood Disorders
Emotion Regulation
Suicidal Ideation
Risk Planning
Attachment Disorder

Ages
Children (6 to 10)
Preteens/Tweens (11 to 13)
Adolescents/Teenagers (14 to 19)
Adults

Treatment Orientation
Person-Centered Therapy
Solution-Focused Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Narrative Therapy

Modalities
Individual
Family
Group

USING YOUR INSURANCE?
If you decide to use your insurance benefits for “behavioral or mental health,” contact your insurance company and ask the following questions:

Do I have outpatient mental health benefits?
Do I have a deductible to meet for in or out of network benefits?
If yes, how much is your total deductible?

If yes, how much of the deductible has been met?

Can I be seen by a LLMSW, LMSW, TLLP, LLP, LLPC, LPC, LLMFT, LMFT, or PhD?
Does my insurance allow supervision by a PhD or LMSW?
Is my therapist in or out of network?
If my therapist is out of network, what will my insurance cover for out of network services?

How many visits am I allowed per year?
If there a limit on visits, how many have I used already?

What is my policy plan year (i.e., January to January or September to September)?
Do I need a referral or authorization in order to be seen for therapy or testing?
Will my insurance cover individual and group therapy are on the same day?
What is my copay amount per session?

"I love working somewhere where I am valued as a person and for my strengths. I love working with likeminded people that work to see the company grow and that also want each other to grow. Dr. Agnew help fosters the dreams of the people that work at AFBHS. The compassionate culture is something that drew me in."

-Danie Duron, MA, LPC, Lakeshore Clinical Director

"I love the balance of owning my own private practice, with the benefits of also being part of a collaborative team. We get to socialize, learn from, and brainstorm with a team of therapists who each bring something special to the table. Since this is an established practice, the details of billing, paperwork and finding referral sources are things I don’t need to worry about. Our support staff is wonderful. This is a black-owned, racially diverse therapy practice that meets the needs of our diverse clientele, which is immensely important in a diverse world. I love that AFBHS is an antiracist private practice. Lastly, this is a practice where we are invested in seeing each therapist grow a sustainable practice. In our meetings, we talk about what makes this work sustainable, we check in with one another, and we support one another. I have worked in a number of other practices over my career and have found that this is one of the most emotionally healthy places I have ever worked. I love it here. I think you might too." -Eric Nykamp, LMSW