As an occupational therapist with experience in schools, private clinics, home health and long-term care facilities, Britton has seen firsthand the mental health struggles her patients have suffered in every stage of life. She is passionate about bringing the latest therapeutic methods to the people of Northeast Alabama.
Prior to co-founding Noonday Therapeutic Center, she worked as a childcare coordinator for The Big Oak Ranch, a Christian children’s home serving abused, abandoned, and neglected children. She has worked as an occupational therapist with children and teens in the Etowah County School System and Jacksonville City Schools. Britton has experience in microcurrent and traditional neurofeedback. She has worked in schools, private clinics, home health and long-term care facilities. She is a certified anxiety rehabilitation specialist.
Britton received her degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She is a certified Microcurrent Neurofeedback Provider, an IASIS Certified Provider (ICP); and a Certified Rehab Anxiety Specialist (A-RSP).
Britton is married to DJ Gregerson and together they have two daughters and a son. If she’s not at one of her children’s sporting events, you can find her enjoying time in the kitchen and laughing with friends.