Mental Health Practitioner
Specializes in working with youth populations in areas of anxiety, depression, family and relationship issues (i.e. divorce, parental conflict), abuse,and with a particular focus on resilience building.
Jamie joined CFS in 2020 as an MHP. She earned her BA in Psychology at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN and is currently in Bethel’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program where she will receive her MA and become an LPC, LPCC. Jamie has been involved with research concerning psychological abuse and finds interest in working with individuals who are victims of less overt forms of abuse, and/or individuals who have experienced abuse within their family system.
Jamie has previously worked in various settings with children and adolescents and believes her strong relational and communication skills enable the development of safe and authentic relationships. She also has prior experience mentoring adolescents. Jamie takes an integrated approach to counseling as she utilizes evidence-based practice alongside a Christ-centered, strengths-focused orientation. Her hope is to meet each client with compassion and respect, and to exemplify the love of God with each encounter.