Jamie works with individuals, couples and families. She strives for an evidenced based practice and recognizes the uniqueness of all individuals. Accordingly, her practice is collaborative, compassionate and client-centered. Jamie combines various clinical techniques using cognitive-behavioral, task-centered and solution focused brief therapies as she strives for culturally competent interventions. Jamie is ever mindful of the importance of her clients' spiritual lives.
Jamie's clinical experience includes work with children and adolescents that have a special education classification (autism spectrum, ADHD/ADD, emotional problems, etc.). Her therapeutic approach helps to develop and enhance social emotional skills. She also works with adolescents and adults coping with substance abuse, mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, sexual abuse and bereavement. Her training includes trauma work and crisis intervention.