Anxiety, worry, and stress are all a part of most people’s lives today, but simply experiencing anxiety or stress in and of itself does not mean you have an anxiety disorder. In fact, anxiety is a necessary warning signal of a dangerous or difficult situation. Without anxiety, we would have no way of anticipating difficulties ahead and preparing for them. Anxiety becomes a disorder when the symptoms become chronic and interfere with our daily lives and our ability to function. When these symptoms are severe and upsetting enough to make an individual feel extremely uncomfortable, out of control and helpless.




People suffering from chronic anxiety often report the following symptoms:

  • Constant worry
  • Fear or confusion
  • Inability to relax
  • Muscle tension
  • Palpitations or increased heart rate
  • Physical weakness
  • Poor concentration
  • Poor memory
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sweaty hands
  • Upset stomach


Jessica's Approach

Jessica is dedicated to helping clients lower and stabilize feelings of anxiety, as well as increase their mood, gain confidence, and improve their outlook on life. During psychotherapy sessions, Jessica utilizes family systems, cognitive-behavioral, narrative therapy, and sensorimotor psychotherapy techniques. These models of therapy will assist you in developing the tools you need to battle life’s stressors, increase your ability to consistently exercise and eat right, and appropriately manage your feelings of anxiety. In addition, Jessica's personal training sessions provide safe, effective workouts designed to improve your overall physical health, increase your capacity to tolerate stress, and raise your belief that you too possess the capabilities to master life. 


Our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world as being able to remake ourselves.
— Ghandi