Meet Us – Jamie
Licensed Professional Counselor
“There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t,” by John Green has always been one of my favorite quotes. As an advocate, I have continuously encouraged individuals to see a therapist. When life feels challenging it may be easy to tell yourself that there is no hope; however, it is my priority to remind you that there is. Therapy is not only for those who are managing something difficult, it can also be for someone who is adjusting to a positive change. It can be for a child starting at a new school, or an adult preparing to marry their soulmate. Therapy is not just for those who suffer from mental health challenges. Therapy is for everyone.
In a world full of negativity, I strive to keep a space where you can feel free to express yourself in a way that makes you most comfortable. I hold myself accountable to remain positive, friendly, and empathetic with my clients in order to be the therapist they need. My goal is that you leave therapy after every session feeling safe, encouraged, and ready to take on anything that comes your way. By teaching you the skills you need to move forward, we can work together to make that possible.
Although I specialize in working with children and adolescents, I am also eager to work with adults and families. I look forward to speaking with you to begin your journey of self-discovery.
Why I Chose to Be A Therapist
I chose to be a mental health therapist because I want to be a part of an individual’s personal growth and reason their life changes for the better. I want to see people laugh, smile, and become who they want to be.
Your mental health starts with you. Let us help you on your journey.
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