Jessica Flewelling, is a limited licensed master social worker. She uses a client centered approach to aid children, adolescents, adults and couples with stress, relationship conflicts, difficult life transitions, past trauma, and sense of self issues. She has specialties working with children and families in foster care/adoption, as well as working with adoptive/foster/biological parents. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
She believes in creating a safe, welcoming place where people can become empowered, heal and grow.
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How do you know when you are in need of a counselor? Perhaps you have already talked with family and friends about your struggles, but nothing seems to help, change doesn’t happen. You’ve experienced a loss, conflict in a relationship or work problems. If you’re a student maybe you are struggling to sort out current and future directions. Maybe you have a sense that something isn’t quite right, you have felt better. Talking to a counselor is the first step toward renewing and regaining fulfillment in your life. Contact us to discuss a counseling session.
Talking through your ideas, challenges, and emotions can be of incredible value when it is one on one. By sharing with a trained, empathic therapist, you can increase your ability to constructively self reflect, increase your self-understanding and self acceptance.
Couples therapy can help couples rediscover the “we” in their relationship. It can lead them back to a loving place of comfort, intimacy and peace. Whether you are encountering life changes, needing conflict resolution, working through grief, betrayal, or other concerns; there is opportunity for partners to share their experiences, needs and regain connections with each other. Couples can learn to establish a more satisfying way of being together and resolving differences.
Family counseling can help the whole family to improve the way they talk and listen to one another. It’s objective is to enhance the individual growth of family members, resolve differences and create stronger connections. With counseling, beliefs and emotions can be examined, and honest, caring, and mutually respectful communication can be gained.