Eight Years Later

September marks eight years since I’ve started my private practice counseling endeavor. I want to start by thanking all my past and present clients who have shared their lives with me! It is a honor and privilege to do what I do. Over these eight years my practice has gone from part time to full time, private pay to accepting insurance and every thing in between. I’ve been able to hire an administrative assistant, utilize Insight Medical Billing for billing purposes, and I’ve hosted support groups for grief, young women’s empowerment, vision boards, and most recently a trip to the Demolition Zone (a great way to release frustrations). My office have moved from Country Club Road to Charnelton Street in Eugene, Oregon. I’ve been able to work with a professional production company, Blazing Heart Productions to create a video to help promote the work I do. More recently I’ve honed in my practice to specialize in adolescents and have been providing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy. Grateful to have stayed healthy during this pandemic so far and I have continued providing in person as well as telehealth sessions. Love that my office space offers enough room to stay socially distanced. With isolation as one of the major challenges of this pandemic, I find it even more essential to offer in person services for folks who feel comfortable to do that. As always, take good care. Jasmine

The Demolition Zone in Eugene, OR

Starting Private Practice

Will have photos of new private practice office later this week.  Hoping to get my first clients set up as soon as possible!  My profile is on Psychology Today.  I will also be offering counseling via Skype for people who live outside of Lane County Oregon.  I’m excited about this new endeavor and hope you’ll consider referring someone for support.  Using a holistic strength based approach, I hope to support individuals, couples and families as they transition through major life changes from chronic illness, mental illness, death, trauma, divorce, or other challenges.



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Photo Friday: Fire Ignites Sun Beams

Driving from Eugene to Springfield today, unveiled one of the most spectacular views I have seen in a long time.  From Kelly Butte Park overlooking Springfield, a city I love and am amazed by the longer I live here.

Lightening ignited 35 wildfires in Umpqua National Forest

 

Breathtaking.