Now Providing EMDR

It has been awhile since I’ve updated this blog! I’ve so enjoyed opening my practice full time in 2020. This year has brought about may unexpected changes with COVID-19, protests, fires, and political strife. Many of my client have moved to teletherapy and we’ve all worked hard to digest this new way of living for now.

This past weekend I completed by basic training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy. I’m very excited about being able to utilize this approach which is a very different style from the more common talk therapies. This will allow me to work with people who are wanting to do some deep healing of past traumas and negative self beliefs. It is most commonly used for those challenged by PTSD but also it can be very helpful in alleviating symptoms of anxiety and depression. I welcome questions about this new approach. Here is a short video that introduces EMDR.

While my practice is currently full right now, I do have a short waiting list that generally is about a month wait. With the holidays that may mean a little longer wait.

Please keep taking care of yourselves, and thank you to all who have entrusted me as your counselor.

August Update

My summer travels included visiting the Yaquina  Bay Lighthouse

My summer travels included visiting the Yaquina Bay Lighthouse

Summer is coming to a close, school preparation is starting and fall is just around the corner. I have been busy this month with several new YouTube videos covering PTSD, Epilepsy, creating boundaries, recovering after surgery, body image, and grief and loss. Four of these topics were suggested by Ignite’s Facebook contacts, I welcome other topic suggestions as well! I am accepting new clients right now so please feel free to send my information along to friends or family if you feel they would benefit from counseling or life coaching. Clients include adolescents, adults, couples, and families who might be experiencing depression, grief and loss, low self-esteem and confidence issues, divorce, job loss, or help with reaching certain life goals.

I hope you have had a safe and happy summer and look forward to providing you with more content in the months to come!

Take Care,
Jasmine

Supporting Family Members After a Suicide Attempt

New video published today talking about the importance of family members getting support after a suicide attempt.  This topic is near and dear to my heart both professionally and personally.  I hope you’ll consider subscribing to my YouTube channel.  Next week’s video I will talk about coping with PTSD.  I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions!

My best,

Jasmine