Edith Britton, Ph.D.Assistant Professorcontact me
Edith Britton, Ph.D.
Edith V. Britton earned her Ph.D. in Education with a concentration in Educational Psychology and an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. Dr. Britton’s Master of Arts degree is in Counselor Education from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL, along with a Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her Bachelor of Science degree is in Psychology from Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL, where she also minored in Bible Studies. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Nationally Board-Certified Counselor with over 22 years of clinical experience in the mental health field in various capacities. Her career has included working with adults living with anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, as well as children and adolescents, family and relationship counseling, and substance abuse counseling. Dr. Britton has served as a collegiate instructor for the past 14 years, teaching at all levels of higher education. Moreover, she has utilized her expertise in professionalism, communication, and emotional intelligence to serve as an educational and therapeutic consultant to various institutions of higher learning and organizations. Dr. Britton currently serves as an Assistant Professor within the School of Education and is the Director of the IMPACT Mentoring program at Regent University. Her primary research interest is centered on exploring the psychological underpinnings that promote academic success. She considers it her greatest professional joy to work with students, walking alongside them throughout their academic journey, as they utilize their passion to fulfill their purpose in the Kingdom of God.