Jennifer Brosseau-Jensen, MA, LMHCA

Hello, my name is Jennifer Brosseau-Jensen. I hold a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwest University in Kirkland, WA.  After many years of interest in learning and understanding what creates good mental health for myself and my family, I’m excited to finally bring it all together and serve others in the field I am so passionate about.

My work focuses on individual counseling for adults of all ages (18+) coping with anxiety, depression, life stage transitions, times of adjustment, navigating interpersonal relationships and more.  I believe people function at their best when they operate from overall wellness.  That means bringing awareness and intention to key areas of life:  emotional, spiritual, physical, social, intellectual, and occupational.  When we tune in to balancing our needs in these areas, we function well and feel more confident and in control when we come up against stressful times.   I believe whole-heartedly in a strengths-based, holistic approach to counseling.   No matter who you are, what your past has entailed, or what you are going through today, you have strengths. Together we can work to help you identify and realize those strengths and make them work best for you.  As individuals, we have the ability to build and lead a healthy and fulfilling life by understanding that our struggles and challenges do not have to define us.  With insight and new skills, tomorrow can be better.

I enjoy an integrative and person-centered approach to counseling and utilize theory and interventions from Existentialism, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Therapy.   It is my goal that as we collaborate together you will recognize potential in yourself that will propel you towards living your best life.  However, equally important to me is that you know and feel you are in a nonjudgmental space when we are together in session, and that you always feel safe, seen, and heard.

 

People only seriously consider change when they feel accepted for exactly who they are.

-Carl Rogers