Brittni Adekoya is a proud native Brooklynite. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at Lawrence University. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Hunter College at Silberman School of Social Work with a concentration in Clinical Practice: Individuals, Families, and Groups. Brittni has clinical experience working with individuals in the criminal legal system, unhoused, seriously mentally ill, substance use, and chronically ill. Additionally, she has worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, and complex trauma. She is passionate and invested in working with individuals who have and are currently navigating oppressive systems and want to find healing through prioritizing preservation and care of self. By utilizing her clinical skills and mindfulness techniques based on yogic traditions, she hopes to assist individuals in exploring their emotions, reconnecting with their bodies, and developing strategies to live a life that brings peace and ease. Brittni invokes a holistic approach and utilizes approaches based on psychodynamic theory, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness techniques.