Jessica Joslin, MS, LMHC
"My biggest passion is seeing my clients really start to understand and believe in their own strength and autonomy. YOU ARE WORTHY."
Jess has experience in anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, and borderline personality disorder. She is trained in EMDR for trauma treatment. She uses this and DBT (dialectical behavior therapy) to help those who are struggling with borderline personality disorder. Jessica has also had advanced training in the treatment of chronic physical pain. She works with individuals aged 12 and up, couples, and families.
Jess believes you should come as you are (she sure will!), and judgement has no place in a therapy session.
Tonya Harlan, MS, LMHCA
"Truth is we are all worthy - witnessing the truth as it outshines the darkness …WINNING."
Tonya has experience providing space for those who find themselves surviving. Surviving the day-to-day pressures and darkness, the world can bring.
Aligning the spirit, mind, and body to a place where we can live beyond the challenges and pain with a deep sense of peace and wholeness.
We were born to shine - Shine Bright!
Kate King, MA, LMHCA, ATR-P
"I love being present in the moment with you to hear the sorrows, hurts, and joys of your life. I will climb down into the pit with you or climb up those mountains to sit with you, listen, and say, I hear you, I see you and you are not alone. I will hold space for whatever you bring into session and walk alongside you in your healing journey towards acceptance, self worth, and hope."
Kate uses an integrative approach using Art Therapy, CBT, and Talk Therapy in her work with children, adolescents, and adults. She believes in the healing power of art and creative self expression in ways that are beyond verbal articulation. You do not need to be an artist or creatively inclined in order to participate in Art Therapy. Rather, be open to the process of artmaking as a path to aid you in your healing journey. She uses a trauma informed lens and person centered approach to her practice and has experience in depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief and loss particularly with teens and children. She has worked in various settings with families such as pediatric hospice, grief and bereavement center, schools, and outpatient community clinic.
It is okay to not be okay. Just by showing up to therapy you are taking that first step.