Brynn embarked on her journey in mental health advocacy after studying journalism at Roger Williams University. She transitioned to Rhode Island College in 2019, where she earned her BA in Psychology and BSW. Brynn is currently advancing her expertise in clinical social work, expecting to complete her MSW in May 2024.
Her diverse experience spans working with children and teens with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and ADHD, and adults with Alzheimer’s and related memory disorders. Brynn’s involvement in the 2023 Rhode Island State Opioid Response grant showcases her commitment to substance use prevention, particularly among college athletes.
A leader in college recovery support groups, Brynn focuses on substance use, trauma, and mental health. Her extensive training includes treating problematic gambling, Applied Behavior Analysis, and substance use prevention. With a unique understanding of the family dynamics in recovery, Brynn emphasizes individual strengths in her approach. She is passionate about breaking down stigma around addiction and mental health recovery, contributing significantly to the supportive environment at Emory Recovery Center.