Britt Cowart, LCSW

Specializes in working with adults

Availability: Tuesday, daytime & Thursday, evening

Britt has a Bachelor of Arts degree from James Madison University and a Master of Social Work degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) since 2000.

Britt has over 23 years of experience providing counseling and case management services to children, adults, and families in school settings as a school social worker, in the home, and in agency settings. She has also acted as Clinical Director for an In-home Services Program as well as developed new programs, collaborated and served on multiple interdisciplinary teams, and supervised other counselors in the mental health field. Britt has facilitated child and adult groups for over 25 years in various settings to include schools, courts, and mental health agencies on a variety of  issues to include parenting, communication and values, grief and loss, siblings with disabilities, and other psychosocial topics and education.

Britt began facilitating groups for Full Circle in 2009 and joined Full Circle’s clinical team in 2012 as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  She currently acts as Grief Services Director for the Individual Counseling Services Program at Full Circle Grief Center.  Britt answers inquiries and consults with individuals, couples and families seeking grief support through Full Circle, specifically individual counseling services.  Britt also supports other community professionals with consultations related to grief.  Additionally, she facilitates monthly grief groups for adults and is part of the long-term case management team that provides follow-up collaboration to all Full Circle Families.

Britt enjoys helping others while using strength-based approaches and integrating various treatment therapies to best meet the needs and goals of her Clients.  She provides emotional support and guidance to adults and young adults specifically, focusing on adjustment issues and significant life changes in order to address all grief needs due to loss through trauma, illness or accident.  She aims to empower her clients to create space, balance, time, and strength to process and embrace their grief needs.  Britt meets clients where they are in their grief and partners with them on their journey as they identify their own individual grief needs, goals, and discover connections to their loved ones along the way.