We all embark on the journey of life at the same starting point. We travel down the road before us, trying to carve out a path that will lead us to the kind of life that will bring us joy.
However, there are times when that path leads us off the course of happiness and fulfillment, and into some dark corners.
Whether you’re stuck in the woods of developing self-insight, overcoming obstacles, or creating a more balanced and harmonious self and life, it is possible to get out of the dark places and back into the sun. I know it feels daunting now, but that is why you are here.
I am here to help you dig out, and start feeling better & happier
Here at Jennifer Brown, LCSW, I will work with you to help you develop the strategies you need to get back on the path that leads to happiness and success. Together, we will work to address the issues you are facing and come through on the other side with a new way of thinking, and confidently take on a new direction in life.
Together, we will work closely to analyze what struggles you are facing and their underlying causes, and try to change the behaviors and thought patterns that are keeping you from being the person you want to be.
If you’re ready to get back on the path that leads to the happier times in your life, then you’ve come to the right place. Contact me today so we can work to get you back on course.
About Jennifer Brown
I am trained in IFS (Internal Family Systems) Level 1 and use this approach will all of my patients as I find it to be the most powerful and effective at bringing long-lasting change. I have been working as a therapist (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) for almost 25 years. I have experience in working with people in large cities, suburbs, and small towns. My work experience has taken me through school settings, psychiatric hospitals, day treatment facilities, outpatient clinics, foster care, and even some dual diagnosis work. I feel I have gained a comprehensive understanding of many areas. I have worked with multicultural patients, the LGBTQ+ community, and people of varying faiths. I have always worked with adults but spent much of my career focused on children, adolescents, and families. At this time, I am focusing on working with women in life-transitions (i.e. moving, becoming a parent, career change, retirement, peri-menopause, etc.) while continuing to work with all adults. I have helped and continue to help people move past personal obstacles, develop self-insight, and create a more balanced and harmonious self. I have added classes and groups that I am passionate about leading in order to offer people multiple ways to obtain their personal goals.
I believe that creativity is a core trait of everyone and manifests itself in a multitude of ways. I, myself, used to dance but find that in present day, my creativity comes through is my work, my problem-solving and my love of DIY/making. I have added the Artist’s Way non-therapy approach to my repertoire because it is a powerful format to use for self-reflection. Also, it is a powerful way to propel one towards their true purpose.