I offer a kind and compassionate approach to therapy to help individuals be empowered and motivated to bring about positive change. I believe individuals have the ability to utilize their own strengths to overcome the challenges they are facing. The therapeutic relationship is a key factor in the success of therapy and I work to have a trusting relationship to create a safe place for the individual to discuss whatever their needs may be. Together we can work towards personal solutions to tackle the challenges you are facing.
Youth – Adults – Depression – Anxiety
Approaches to Therapy:
Jodi uses CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) which focuses on an individual’s unhealthy thinking patterns and helps to reframe negative beliefs about oneself. Our thoughts affect how we think and behave and by changing irrational thoughts one can then impact more positively how they think and feel.
Education and Training:
Jodi earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marriage and Family Studies from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2017. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and participating in her internship through Argosy University. Jodi has received training from the Gottman Institute to help couples manage conflict and deepen their relationships.