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J the Therapist

Your Therapist's Favorite Therapist

Since 2011, I’ve been helping clients live the life they desire. Whether it is overcoming ennui, clarifying your identity, or creating an action plan to conquer challenges, I support you with practical resources that enable you to decide what you want your life to look like and determine the steps you need to take to begin living the life you desire.

Prompted by my client's needs, in 2018, I began working with organizations to create environments that allow their employees to thrive, their leaders to grow and their organizations to excel. Through specialized training, personality assessments, and strategic planning this work changes trajectories.

I thoroughly enjoy the work of growing individuals while appreciating the opportunity to impact groups and organizations.


Get in touch today to discuss how you might evolve, ways to clarify your vision and develop additional skills for yourself or your organization.


Who better to support you than a therapist who works in the wholistic spaces of your life?

Whether you are an individual looking for a therapist to support you or an organization to looking to support your employees, you are in the right place. J the Therapist's understanding of individual motivation, adult learning theory, and group processes allows her to provide you with comprehensive support for whatever you're facing.



How often do you focus on you? Sometimes we need someone, an objective someone with a listening ear, and objective reflection to refine our focus.


Support Group &

Group Therapy

Feeling a little isolated while managing through life's challenges? Support Groups & Group therapy can offer substantive support.


Employee and
Organization Development

Employees who feel valued & invested in are more likely to stay with their employer. Thus, employee training and development is vital to reducing turnover and increasing productivity.

Normalize t-shirt at a time

Image by Justin DoCanto

Anaïs Nin

"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud
was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."

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