Jessica Jardine (she/her)
BAJS (BA in Justice Studies), MACP (Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology), RCC
Jessica is a relationship-driven counsellor and educator that works from a person-centered lens to connect adults, youth and children with their best selves.
Jessica has a passion for social justice, and believes we all deserve to live happy, fulfilled lives. This includes advocating for the rights of neurodivergent as well as disabled individuals, promoting body positivity and speaking out about the importance of national reconciliation and healing within our country. Jessica recognizes that she lives and works on the traditional territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ and Lkwungen-speaking peoples and that she has a role in reconciliation.
Jessica is passionate about working with neurodivergent, trans, and queer folx. Jessica believes in the power of ‘undoing the aloneness’ in counselling through compassion, empathy and genuine presence. Jessica uses a holistic approach to connect the mind and body with combination of narrative therapy, mindfulness, AEDP, CBT, DBT and somatic techniques.