Jessica believes therapy fosters healing and growth by creating a safe space for self-reflection and connection that clients can bring with them into the rest of their lives. Working with her, you can expect to both learn tangible skills to address your struggles in the day to day as well as explore your internal experience, relationships, and history to support you in making the long term changes you are looking for and living with greater freedom, emotional depth, and self-understanding.
Jessica received her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Northwestern University and bachelor’s degree in neuroscience from Knox College. She works primarily with adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma disorders, and eating disorders and utilizes an integrative, relational psychodynamic approach to therapy. Feminist and multicultural theories inform her work.
Outside of the therapy room, Jessica spends her time biking around the city, learning guitar and aerial arts, and checking out local music and comedy.