Jamie holds a Master’s degree in Counseling and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Certified Life Coach.
Jamie offers a relaxed and comfortable environment, while integrating a variety of approaches to collaborate with and help her clients, depending on their individual needs. Jamie’s orientation derives from a strength-based perspective involving genuine acceptance and compassion.
Jamie is confident in the psychotherapeutic process, but also enjoys incorporating transition life coaching with clients who have worked though past hurts.
Jamie has an intimate understanding in the area of grief and loss and recognizes the impact grief can have on the individual, the family system and those within the community. She also has experience working at schools and various youth programs as well as facilitating support groups and leading workshops related to grief and parenting teens. In addition, she is a veteran and a mother. She focuses on a wide range of issues, to include parenting skills, depression, anxiety, self esteem and more.
Some of the people Jamie works with include teens, adults and parents. Jamie also focuses on women who are looking for support in parenthood, life transitions and self care.
Jamie believes in her clients and sees their success as her own.