Jessica is a Registered Provisional Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. She holds a Master of Counselling from City University of Seattle and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Lethbridge.
Jessica has experience in the areas of:
- Couples counselling
- Healing from childhood trauma
- Improving self-esteem
- Body dysmorphia
- Grief counselling
Operating from an attachment perspective, Jessica believes that early childhood relationships make up one’s beliefs about themselves and others. They provide the foundation for building present and future relationships, impacting the quality and closeness of our relationships. Our everyday functioning is influenced by unconscious thoughts that originated within the formative bonds with others. By tapping into these beliefs and the hidden meanings, one can gain insight into their deepest wishes, fears, and desires. A safe and trusting environment is necessary to uncover these relational patterns, which Jessica provides to her clients through continuous empathy and unconditional support. She encourages her clients to become active participants in their life so they can free themselves from the emotional burdens of that past and begin living a life that is meaningful to them.
Jessica has completed Gottman Couples Counselling training and is currently working towards a Clinical Trauma Professional certification. Jessica feels honoured to hear the stories of her clients’ lives and to walk with them through their unique healing journey. Book your free consultation with Jessica to learn more.