I practice marriage and family therapy, but you might also call me a self-compassion guide, a family connection specialist, or safe-space holder. I help people who are looking to make the changes they know they need to make but cannot seem to do it alone. I support them in understanding their emotions and their relational history so that they can remove the blocks that slow them down from reaching their goals.
I know from experience working with children, families, and individual women that tomorrow can be better. I believe by setting your intentions to become healthier and reach your goals that you will change the world. That’s why I hope you schedule a free phone consultation today.
I am guided by six core values in my work with women, children and families.
If these six core values are what you are searching for, then please let me know how I can help you with these practices.
Jessica McCoy is passionate about walking alongside and encouraging families with exceptional children. After graduating from Lipscomb University with degrees in theology and psychology, Jessica taught at High Hopes Development Center. High Hopes is an inclusive preschool for children with special needs as well as typically developing children. Here Jessica cultivated skills of working with children who need additional support as well as empowering families to help their children develop both socially and emotionally.
Jessica furthered her expertise by attending Trevecca Nazarene University to obtain a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy (MMFT). There she also counseled college students transitioning from adolescence to adulthood. This degree allowed Jessica to continue developing her emotionally-focused approach to therapy. Also, using mindfulness and Brainspotting (Level One) to help her clients create new connections and move towards health.
Contact Jessica for a free 15-minute phone consultation. While currently pursuing licensure (LMFT), Jessica is under supervision from Dr. Sara Hopkins, LMFT license #MFT928.