As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Jessica has been serving children, individuals, and families since 2012. She received her Master’s Degree from Washington State University and has attended several additional training including providing Trauma-Informed Care, Play Therapy, Natural Lifemanship Therapy, and Art Therapy. Jessica is known for her welcoming, compassionate and insightful nature, which provide the caring environment for growth and healing to occur.
Jessica has worked on an Early Childhood Team providing play therapy services to children 2-8 years old and their families. She has worked with teens and adults in a Community Mental Health Center focusing on issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, family change/transition, and relational issues. She has a special interest in working with issues around trauma and family disruption and utilizing experiential therapies including animal-assisted, equine-assisted, play, and art therapy.
Jessica is skilled at partnering with you to meet your specific needs and goals and welcomes all that you bring into the therapy experience. When she is not working, Jessica enjoys yoga, reading, and making art.