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Mental Health Counseling

I am a licensed clinical social worker who has several years of experience working with families, children, and adolescents. I believe in the power of connection to work through the barriers preventing people from being their best self. Utilizing a strengths based approach, I work with people to help empower them so they can navigate their anxiety, depression, family conflict, and other problem areas. Starting therapy can be a scary thing, and I provide a non-judgmental and compassionate space for people to be themselves. I have experience and knowledge in a range of therapeutic modalities from cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and trauma informed practice. In my down time, I enjoy listening to music, walking, meditating, and yoga. I look forward to helping you with your next step of growth and healing.

Jacob M. Wisecup, MSW, LCSW

Mental Health Clinician

What can mental health therapy provide for your child?
• Emotional support: therapy offers a safe and confidential space for your child to express their thoughts and feelings, helping them better understand and manage their emotions.
• Coping skills: Therapists can teach children coping strategies and problem-solving techniques to deal with stress, anxiety, or challenging situations.
• Improved communication: Therapy can enhance your child’s communication skills, making it easier for them to express themselves and interact with others.
• Behavior Management: Therapists can assist in addressing behavioral issues and creating a plan for positive behavior change.
• Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence: Therapy can boost a child’s self-esteem and self-confidence, enabling them to develop a healthier self-image.
• Understanding and Managing Mental Health Symptoms: if your child has a mental health condition, therapy can help them understand and manage it effectively.
• Resilience: Therapy can promote resilience in children, helping them bounce back from challenges and setbacks.
• Academic and Social Improvement: Improved mental health can lead to better academic performance and enhanced social relationships. 
• Parental Guidance: Therapists can offer guidance to parents on how to support their child’s mental health and well-being.

What will the mental health therapist do?
• Work collaboratively with you and your child on identifying problem areas that are interfering with life functioning.
• Assess, diagnose, and treat symptoms as they appear. 
• Develop a plan and work with you and your child to overcome those barriers.
What is family therapy and how can it help?
Family therapy is a form of therapy that puts the family at the center and works with their strengths for positive change. Family therapy respects the importance of family connection, values, and traditions. There are many forms and styles of family therapy but most revolve around the idea that families want meaningful connections with each other. Emotionally focused therapy is an approach that helps family members improve relationships with one another while staying focused on the need for connectedness. 

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