Jessica Eidens, MA, LMHC, CMHS, CSAT

Jessica is passionate about helping individuals heal from relationship difficulties, disrupted family dynamics, and the devastation following infidelity and sexual addiction. 

Jessica recognizes that one of our greatest human needs is love, belonging and connection with one another.  From this belief, she works from a strength-based approach, encouraging connections between individuals with themselves and others.  She provides focused techniques to help clients experience relief from anxious thoughts and behaviors, change disruptive patterns, and cope with symptoms of trauma.

Providing a supportive, nurturing environment is essential to her work and allows her clients to safely discuss unresolved trauma, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth.  She believes in empowering her clients through choice and works alongside them as an advocate to help them create the life they want and deserve.

Helping Betrayed Spouses & Partners

Jessica helps hurting spouses and partners move beyond the pain and trauma of betrayal towards stability and hope.  She integrates specific techniques to support partners needs and guides them through the stages of healing.  Jessica understands the depth of pain that results from intimate betrayal and works with clients to move past their symptoms to experience growth and fulfillment in their lives.

Child & Family Therapy

Jessica's specialized background in working with children and families through difficult life transitions and events has provided her with a deep understanding of how disruptions in family dynamics can negatively impact children and parents.  To help children grow through life difficulties, Jessica helps them process their feelings and experiences through play therapy, art therapy, and social skills training. 

Whether children are experiencing anxiety, depression, or behavioral issues, she focuses on strengthening children's inherent abilities to help them flourish in their lives.  She offers and encourages early intervention, parenting support, and guidance on how to best support childhood healing.  She further helps families improve their difficult dynamics and address underlying issues so that children and parents can feel secure and loved in their family environment. 

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Jessica's approach, please reach out!

Call our office at (425) 628-2820