Britt Kartes, MHC Intern


As someone with the "helper" personality type, I have always been passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of others. My desire to become a therapist was sparked by my mom's PTSD from war. Although I knew I couldn't help her, I could help others in the future.

I understand that life can be difficult, but it's always okay to ask for help. As a clinician, I embody empathy, hope, and strength for my clients. My therapeutic approach is client-centered and trauma-informed. I utilize a combination of attachment theory, somatic theory/mindfulness, internal family systems, cognitive behavior therapy, and more. I specialize in helping individuals with gender/sexual identity, trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, loss/grief, relational issues, and ADHD.

I am pursuing a Master's degree at Antioch University, working towards my clinical mental health counseling license (LMHC) under the supervision and license of Makael White, LMFT, ATR.