Jessica is a Licensed Master Social Worker who received her Master of Social Work from the University of Houston and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Purdue University. Jessica’s clinical experience includes working with children (5-year-olds and above), teens, and adults in multiple settings, providing individual and family therapy as well as parenting support.
Jessica began her mental health career by serving as an intake coordinator—providing psychosocial assessments for a transitional housing program in Houston, Texas. Jessica’s most recent experience has been serving as a Child Advocate, through a domestic violence shelter in South Georgia and, as a Mental Health Therapist for children and youth. Jessica is passionate about supporting and educating her clients on the utilization of coping skills that help them to navigate through challenging transitions and events in their life. Jessica is a firm believer of mental health being important for overall health. She loves incorporating creative interventions to promote therapeutic growth with her clients. In her free time, Jessica enjoys exercising, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.
Jessica has experience working with trauma, domestic violence, homelessness, grief, depression, anxiety, and attention-deficit disorder (ADHD). Jessica serves her clients from a strengths-based and solutions-focused perspective. She loves to assist clients in accessing what they already have within them to heal.
Jessica is under the supervision of Chelsea Harris, LPC, ATR-BC, CPCS.