Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Creative Arts Therapy is from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, where she graduated with honors. She is currently working to obtain her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from North Carolina Central University and is in her final year.
Jacqueline’s passion is working with adolescents, teens, and young adults in the areas of life transitions, anxiety, biological growth and development, mood disorders, women’s issues, and self-esteem. Jacqueline also works with individual adults, families, and women experiencing prenatal and postpartum anxiety and depression.
Jacqueline uses a client-focused collaborative approach and believes her role is to provide a safe space to allow her clients to explore their unique journey while feeling heard, respected, and accepted. She believes we all have our own strengths. Together we can discover and tap into those strengths to use them to our advantage. Jacqueline loves to bring a creative approach to counseling with breathing and movement techniques with clients who are open to these modalities.
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