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Jamie Rodman

Jamie strives to create an environment in sessions where her clients can feel safe to be their authentic selves and process their emotions, thoughts, and past traumas. Jamie’s therapeutic style is both genuine and honest. She believes her clients are the experts in their own life and as her client, she will meet you wherever you are in your journey and work collaboratively with you to facilitate healing. Jamie aims to hold space for her clients while they explore the meaningful connections between past and present issues, limiting beliefs and thoughts, and behavioral patterns that are holding them back from being their true, authentic self. She is passionate and honored to be a witness and facilitator to the healing and transformation of her clients through the therapeutic process

Jamie earned her Masters of Education degree from Cleveland State University and is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in the state of Ohio. While obtaining her degree, Jamie worked as a Registered Behavior Technician, providing Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and other developmental disorders.

In session, Jamie works from a trauma-informed, holistic lens with a client-centered approach. She aims to provide an environment of safety, transparency, trustworthiness, mutuality, and choice to her clients. By utilizing a holistic approach, Jamie aims to help her clients achieve healing and wellness by working to align all parts of a person, including their mind, body, spirit, and emotions. Jamie utilizes mindfulness, breathing, and grounding techniques, and provides other emotional regulation tools to help clients cultivate a greater sense of connection between their mind and body.

Jamie has experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, behavioral issues, trauma, gender dysphoria, clients exploring their gender and sexual identity, and mental health struggles related to life transitions, identity development, and stressors.

Jamie works under the supervision of Dani Casterline-Proffitt.