Jessica LeFevre, MS, LPC, LBA, BCBA


Jessica finds that being a therapist is a joyful experience. She feels incredibly grateful for the ongoing honor of supporting her clients as they learn and grow into the best version of themselves. She is committed to progressive, culturally sensitive counseling techniques and her priority is to create a safe, supportive and culturally-informed therapy space where she can explore her clients’ experiences, strengths, and challenges with them.

Jessica uses an integrative therapeutic approach that is considerate of the whole person, and she individualizes strategies to best fit every individual’s unique needs. She emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and uses a trauma-sensitive, person-centered approach integrated with Cognitive/Behavioral strategies. Her specializations include play-based and creative counseling approaches, attachment and interpersonal neurobiology, and trauma-informed care. As a behavioral therapist, Jessica has interest in developing creative interventions that utilize positive behavior supports, behavioral activation, and behavioral momentum strategies.

Jessica works with school-aged children, adolescents, young adults, and family systems. She has experience with supporting individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, and emotional/behavioral manifestations associated with ADHD and Autism. She is a certified AutPlay provider and is trained in the Synergetic Play Therapy (SPT) model. Jessica has earned a Master’s degree in Community Counseling from UW-Milwaukee and a post-graduate certificate in Autism supports from UM-Lowell. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and a Licensed Behavior Analyst. She is currently working toward her certification as as a Play Therapist and is enrolled in Mount Mary University’s Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program.