Jessica received her Master's Degree in Social Work from Aurora University. She spent several years working with domestic violence and sexual assault victims of all ages. More recently, Jessica has worked with school aged children and adolescents. She has experience working with individuals one-on-one or in a group therapeutic setting. She has worked with a variety of individuals that experience anxiety, depression, PTSD, addiction, and OCD. She is a mental health advocate who truly believes therapy is the backbone to deeper happiness, growth, and success in everyday life. She provides a safe place for her clients to feel relaxed, validated, and comfortable sharing their interpersonal struggles and celebrating their wins. Jessica’s goal is to empower her clients to understand they are not alone when experiencing interpersonal struggles, and remind her clients that there is always light, healing, and hope throughout every journey. Jessica uses integrative therapy to treat each client as an individual and pull from a variety of therapeutic approaches based on what the client needs. Jessica thrives on seeing clients utilize lifelong coping skills, improvements with chronic stress, and overall self-acceptance.