Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adult/Adolescent/Children (Ages 11+)
Jacqueline Silva is a Mental health graduate with demonstrated record of working successfully with working in diverse populations on a one-on-one setting and group settings. Many people at one point or another may have to deal with direct or indirect trauma or life stressors that can impact a person’s quality of life in which they will need help with and that is where Jacqueline Silva can come in to help calm those fears and help you gain the necessary coping skills to help you cope. Jacqueline Silva graduated from Troy University with both a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, and a Master of Science in Counseling and Psychology. And is presently attending Liberty University for her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision.
Jacqueline has worked with children, youths, and adults dealing with post traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, OCD, and phobias just to name a few. With Jacqueline’s help you’ll be able to explore your feelings, behaviors that are causing conflicts, and look deeper into unconscious and underlying thoughts through weekly sessions.
Jacqueline Silva is an eclectic counselor since not one approach can be used for all individuals, and a wide range of therapies such as Cognitive behavioral therapy, Music therapy, Art therapy, Client-Centered therapy, Gestalt Play therapy, NARM somatic approach, and Culturally Sensitive therapy to name a few may be utilized during your sessions.
Jacqueline feels that centering treatment around the client’s worldview, culture, faith-spirituality, which includes both past and present needs will help each individual reach their goals for a brighter future. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband of 26 years, two sons ages 25 & 23both attending Mitchell Hamline School of Law, a 22-year-old female mixed-Siamese, enjoys photography, writing novels, and exploring the mountains in North Carolina.