Jessica Todd, LCMHC
Jessica Todd, LCMHC has extensive experience working with youth and their families in a variety of partial hospitalization and residential facilities, emphasizing behavioral interventions, play, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, dialectical behavioral, and attachment based approaches. With a passion for helping to increase quality of life for others, Jessica graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services and a Master of Science in Counseling/Clinical Mental Health Counseling with honors. She has the privilege of working with a wide variety of age groups including children, adolescents, and adults in individual, group, and family therapy contexts. Jessica specializes in working with individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, ODD, ADHD/ADD, and other mood disorders. She has further expertise in treating difficult behaviors, aggression, grief/loss, trauma, and foster care/adoption. Jessica also has experience working with school districts to increase assistance in classrooms to meet the needs of her younger clientele. She enjoys using creative therapeutic approaches to make therapy fun and supports individuals in learning effective tools for increasing wellbeing.