Headshot of Brittany Cacho, LPC

Brittany Cacho LPC


Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-21964)(AZ)
  • EMDR trained
  • TF-CBT trained
  • DBT trained

Professional Background

Brittany Cacho is a Licensed Professional Counselor who focuses on providing individual and couples counseling in a telehealth setting with Thriveworks. She has experience providing therapy services in various settings, including inpatient, outpatient, intensive outpatient and primary care offices to individuals of all ages. She is passionate about providing trauma-informed care to help individuals experience freedom from the shame associated with traumatic incidents and find self-compassion and acceptance throughout the journey.

In practice, Brittany focuses on person-centered, trauma-informed approaches that help her clients understand the root cause of their symptoms and shift to compassionate self-acceptance. Her training is in EMDR, Trauma-focused CBT, and DBT. She also has a passion for integrated care and understanding how trauma, mental health, and physical health are all connected to achieve whole health and wellness.

Professional Affiliations:

American Counseling Association
​​Arizona Counseling Association
Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA)


Master of Professional Counseling, Phoenix Seminary
Bachelor of Science in Counseling, Grand Canyon University

Show more

Areas of Focus

Brittany Cacho focuses on providing trauma-informed individual and couples counseling to foster healing and self-compassion. She integrates diverse therapeutic approaches for whole health and wellness.

Brittany Cacho utilizes a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-21964)(AZ)
  • EMDR trained
  • TF-CBT trained
  • DBT trained

Afraid to Make a Wrong Choice What Can Cause a fear of Making Decisions

Afraid to Make a Wrong Choice: What Can Cause a Fear of Making Decisions?

There are many different reasons a person may be afraid to make a wrong choice, including high stakes, social pressure, and perfectionism.

October 10, 2023
self care for depression

How to Practice Self-Care for Depression: Advice from a Therapist

Self-care for depression is any technique that replenishes our mind and body, including daily gratitude, laughing with a loved one, and taking walks.

October 10, 2023

“Scrupulosity can present as excessive interest in one’s religious or spiritual life, as in the case of Religious Scrupulosity, or a never ending effort to be the best possible person or do all the right things. However, these perceptions are motivated by fear, anxiety, and uncertainty about their religious standing, moral quality, or intrinsic character. Scrupulous individuals may exhibit outward compulsions of repetitive prayer, ritualistic washing or routines, checking with others that they did the right thing or did not do the wrong thing, or repeating activities until done “right.” The Scrupulous can also have covert, or internal, compulsions of evaluating the quality and quantity of their feelings, intention, or physical sensations, or mentally reviewing previous events or interactions to ensure their ‘purity’ or ‘rightness.’”