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Counseling focused on supporting You or Your Child through the ever changing waters of life.
 

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Meet Jessica

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Hi There! My name is Jessica!

 

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA) and a prior School Counselor (M.Ed, ESA), working with kids 8-14 years old, Young Adults', and Adults.

 

My counseling approach with all clients includes creativity, humor, and embracing each persons uniqueness! I incorporating tangible skills and a strength based lens with a personalized flare based on who you are and what your goals are. 

I am trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Trauma focused CBT, use aspects of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy.

Keep scrolling to learn more on how I can support you or your child in the therapeutic process. 

For Kids & Families

specialize in supporting kids 8-14 years of age experiencing  ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Dyslexia, & those who are Twice Exceptional and their families.

In my sessions with Kids and Preteens I incorporate

  • Play

  • Art/Creativity

  • Mindfulness

  • Emotional Awareness Skills

  • Coping skills

  • & Identity Development 

This work also involves collaborating with parents/guardians, sharing resources, and having family involvement in sessions when appropriate!

Other Specialties Include: Organization/Executive Functioning Skills, Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth, Grief, and School Transitions.

For Young Adults & Adults

My work with Young Adults and Adults focuses on:

  • Processing life transitions .

  • Supporting clients with Anxiety/ADHD and later in life diagnoses.

  • Building coping skills to handle stress.

  • Exploring  and processing trauma.

  • Mindfulness.

  • & Identity empowerment.  

Many life changes come with new joys and new challenges. I aim to supporting clients in holding both experiences at once. Recognizing how a situation can be really really hard and also be willing to explore where the joy might lie. 

 

By figuring out what you can and want to change while working towards acceptance of what may be or feel out of your control can lead to a better sense of strength and hope!

Questions? 

Focus on the step in front of you, not the whole staircase.
Anonymous

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