My name is Jennifer Maddox and I enjoy being a licensed professional counselor. I earned my Master of Arts degree as a Professional Counselor from Liberty University in 2016. I also hold a Master of Arts degree in Human Services with a specialization in health and wellness. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, alcoholism, family and relationship conflicts, grief, anger management, bipolar disorders, emergency responders, trauma, and stress.
Counseling provides an avenue to navigate through life’s challenges in a healthy and productive manner. As a counselor I strive for my clients to gain self-awareness and self-acceptance, for we are ultimately responsible for our own well-being. I believe it is important to examine your environment and your relationships, the impact of such, and how you persevere with what is at hand. I am devoted to being instrumental in helping you reach your desired outcome. We will work together to identify your goals and develop a treatment plan. Your goals, progress, and personality will determine which techniques I use. I incorporate an eclectic approach, often favoring cognitive-behavioral, and humanistic therapies. As a Christian I believe that God is the ultimate healer. I continuously pray that God equips me with the tools and wisdom to help others as I counsel. I am always excited when clients would like to incorporate Biblical scripture and Christian Principles into counseling.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Relationship issues
- Trauma and abuse
- Self esteem
Addictions , Family conflicts , Grief , Intimacy-related issues , Parenting issues , Anger management , Bipolar disorder , Coping with life changes , Compassion fatigue , ADHD Read more...
LPC #6401017624 (Expires: 2023-05-31)
Jennifer is a God-send. She is professional, understanding, relatable, grounded and seems to always know what to say and how to say it. I feel safe, seen and understood without judgement. She knows how to keep you focused on what matters in life. Jennifer has been an extreme blessing to my life, especially during such a dark and tumultuous time for the world, for America, my community and my family.
Jennifer is kind, professional and willing to slowly build to the difficult questions that unearths where “the work” needs to be done. I am thankful to have her as my mental health professional.