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Amber Jackson, MEd, LPCC-S

Therapeutic Style:

My style tends to be an eclectic mix of person-centered, CBT and DBT. I want to be able to adjust my style based on my client’s needs at the moment.

Supervision Style:

My supervision style is collaborative and directive when need be. My purpose is to help build my supervisee’s confidence over time while also being that support and directive when needed.

Professional Interests:

I am interested in working with those needing support with anxiety related issues including test anxiety, ADHD, identity work particularly with BIPOC students or multi-racial backgrounds, OCD, trauma including religious trauma, parenting issues, relationship issues, life transitions, grief, and Family of Origin work.

Groups and Liaison Roles:

I am currently running the Understanding Self and Others BIPOC group.

Educational Background:

Undergraduate Degree (B.S. in Psychology) from Oakwood University (HBCU), M.Ed in Counselor Education from the University of Dayton.

Personal Interests:

Reading, Baking, loves any kind of game, loves trying new things.

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