Brittany Maas, MSW, APSW

Works with 18 years old through adults

PASSION POINT: Supporting clients in their healing process and helping clients recognize their own unique strengths.

I am a resident therapist located at the Aging & Disability Resource Center in Brown County. I have significant experience working with individuals who are experiencing grief & loss and who are going through life transitions. I also have over eight years of experience working with survivors of various incidents of trauma. In session, I take a strengths-based and culturally competent approach when providing support for my clients in a way that best meets their needs. Additionally, I am trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT) and brain spotting (BSP) through level II both of which can assist clients who have experienced significant loss or trauma.

My Philosophy

I believe everyone is on their own life journey and it’s an honor in being able to meet my clients wherever they are at in theirs. My number one goal as your therapist is to help you become the best version of your authentic & unique self.


Works with

  • 18-year old’s
  • Adults

What’s In It for You

  • Support and Empathy
  • Healing
  • Encouragement
  • Increased Self-Compassion


  • Master of Social Work, UW-Green Bay,
  • Bachelor of Social Work, UW-Green Bay