Jessica graduated with her BA in International Relations, and received her MA in Counseling from Cornerstone University. With over 7 years experience working in the mental health field, she has worked in a variety of settings including residential, women’s shelters, support groups, intensive day treatment, and outpatient care. She has a broad range of experience working with all ages groups from all walks of life. She has the most experience in helping walk with people through their grief and trauma, religious issues, and gender/identity journeys. She is passionate about mental health due to my belief in the importance of having someone in our corner that is completely for us and non-judgmental as a small piece of calm in an ever evolving and uncertain world. Jessica has found the more we can understand ourselves and the circumstances we live in, the more we can find solid ground to stand on and find the person we would like to be. It is her aim and honor to attempt to provide a space where you can be your most authentic self – and feel safe doing so. She takes an eclectic approach to counseling as I believe relationship is our greatest tool. Her approach encompasses using person-centered, holistic, multicultural, and integrative methods to treatment. This basically means, she meets you where you are at and am understanding of the various complexities that make you, you. She wants you to build a safe, trusting relationship that can help foster growth and development.