Jessica Fletcher, MC, LPC
Master of Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor
Pronouns: she/her/hers (What's This?)
"Being human is not about being any one particular way; it is about being as life creates you—with your own particular strengths and weaknesses, gifts and challenges, quirks and oddities.”
—Dr. Kristen Neff
Call me Jess. I believe therapy is a collaborative process grounded in a trusting, therapeutic relationship. In my role, I provide the compassionate space for you to begin self-reflection and explore ways to initiate changes in your life. The therapy relationship becomes the safe, working model to practice communication. My style is salutogenic and asset-focused, which means I emphasize health on a continuum and support you in moving toward health, functionality, and well-being by building upon your intuitive resiliency. We work together to help you embrace uncertainty in the transformation process, clarify your values, and explore your relationship with your thoughts, emotions, and body.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners and have certifications as a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist for individuals (CCTS-I) and as a Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider (BC-TMH). I completed a training with the Phoenix Children’s Hospital on working with gender expansive and diverse youth, and I practice as a LGBTQIA++, Poly, Kink affirmative clinician. I received my master’s degree in counseling at Arizona State University (ASU) and completed my undergraduate degrees in psychology (with a minor in family and human development) and English (creative writing: fiction concentration) in the Barrett Honors College at ASU.
I work with children, adolescents, and adults as well as families and couples (systems) and have experience coordinating care with other supportive services and settings, such as schools, medical/psychiatry,and behavioral health referral programs. I believe people are incredibly resilient, and I strive to practice in holistic ways, incorporating the body, culture, intersectional identities, and community into the healing process.
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