Our Team: Counselors
britany miley anderson samaritan counseling center

Britany Miley Anderson, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Britany is a licensed professional counselor who received her master’s degree in counseling with concentrations in trauma recovery and child/family counseling from Arcadia University. Britany received her bachelor’s in psychology from McDaniel College, and she also holds an Eco-systemic Structural Family Therapy state certification. Britany has worked extensively with children and families for the past ten years. She enjoys supporting families in their process of healing through relational repair and drives treatment with a focus on strengthening relationships. Britany has experience working with all age groups, including couples and adults, but specializes in working with children ages 6-18 in a family context. Additionally, Britany has training in trauma and specializes in post-traumatic stress disorder, attachment difficulties, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief/bereavement, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder. Britany’s approach to therapy is flexible and eclectic, and is focused on meeting clients where they are. She utilizes a variety of techniques from cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, emotion focused therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, and a variety of family systems approaches. In her free time, Britany enjoys writing, baking, and taking trips to the beach. She is the mother of a young son and enjoys spending time with her family outdoors.

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Upcoming Programs & Events

2023 Ethics in Business AwardOctober 26

This year, Samaritan Center is partnering with Franklin & Marshall College to offer the event for free with nationally recognized speakers in the areas of ethics in business.

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2023 Silent Samaritan LuncheonNovember 3

The Silent Samaritans are an inspiring group of women helping women. The luncheon raises funds to support the needs of women in our community who seek counseling services at Samaritan but are unable to afford the full fee for services.

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