Jessica is a student of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she is earning a Doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology. Her background has been working within our criminal justice system to ensure clients have access to mental health and substance use resources. Jessica believe everyone has a unique story to tell and no two individuals are the same. This is the way she views working with clients by taking the approach of meeting clients where they are at. Jessica believes the best type of treatment is the kind where you feel understood. She has a passion for helping people progress and will work collaboratively with clients to achieve positive changes.
Jessica incorporates mindfulness approaches, which focus on awareness and acceptance to be present in the moment. She believes that when you can calm your mind, you can achieve great success.
Jessica enjoys spending time outside and finds our mountains to be therapeutic. She also enjoys art, music and exercise.
Education: Masters of Psychology from Pepperdine University
Bachelor degree in Psychology from the University of Utah
Bachelor degree in criminology from the University of Utah