Jennifer R. B. Laxague
Licensed Professional Counselor (Candidate) (LPC-C)
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If your walk through life is burdened by pain or trauma; if your hurts interfere with you becoming your best self and living a healthy, balanced life, Jen can help. Jen’s passion is helping people heal from the struggles and the traumas so many of us encounter.
Jen balances her nurturing style with her innate problem solving skills to help you experience relief, and reclaim a sense of belonging and purpose in your life. Jen helps you find your own truths in therapy, assisting you on your journey to your best self through her therapeutic talent, patience, and unconditional positive regard. Her compassion is evident in how present she is in sessions, and in her commitment to allow you to feel safe and heard.
Jennifer has a keen ability to see beyond the surface into the deeper dynamics of the relationships and struggles that you experience in life (both with others and with yourself). She will guide you with empathy and care through challenging questions, giving you further insight and awareness into yourself and your struggles. Jennifer then empowers you to accept and validate your own emotions, your own needs, and your own dreams. She’ll show you how to respond – with confidence and courage – to life’s adversities and joys, no matter how big or small those moments may be. She is dedicated to practicing culturally competent therapy and providing client-centered care to anyone who wants to get help and relief.
Jennifer’s Clinical Training and Experience
Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Arts, studying women’s and ethnic studies at Colorado State University and her Master of Education in Counseling from Boston University. She works with children, individuals, and couples. Jennifer is a Certified Yoga Teacher and also has many years of experience as an Advocate for Sexual Assault Victims. Her clinical experience has included working with drug and alcohol addiction/misuse, grief and loss, childhood and adult trauma, relationship conflict, depression and anxiety, academic struggles, injury and concussion recovery, and self-harm behaviors.