Jarrette Wright-Booker LPC, CAADC
I have worked in the human services field for the past 17 years completing a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at the University of Michigan in 2003 and Master of Arts in Community Counseling at the University of Detroit-Mercy in 2010. I am a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor and has been providing talk therapy for individuals and couples for the past eight years.
A natural visionary and nurturer, I have learned that most important element in healing and change is relationship. As such, you can expect to experience an inclusive space, free of judgment and full of hope, patience and compassion. I am trauma informed and anti-oppressive, encouraging action as the antidote to fear. I am an eclectic therapist leaning toward Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy and Mindfulness.
I offer virtual/video and in-person sessions for: emotional exhaustion, work-life disharmony, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, infidelity, trauma and life transitions. My specialties include: high functioning anxiety, perfectionism, low self esteem and attachment related issues connected to childhood emotional and/or psychological trauma. I believe that we all have our own answers. I endeavor to help you discover those answers while providing support, encouragement and strategies that promote self-awareness, healing and change.
Allison Jones, Ed.S, LLPC
I am a firm believer that if you change your thoughts, your behaviors will change as well. Life happens to all of us. I am here to support you through your journey to wellness and healing. Are you tired of holding on to unresolved issues and ready for a change?
I am military wife and mom and understand the challenges that come along with constant life transitions and just plain old uncertainty. Life can be scary or it can be a journey full of discovery and adventure. Depends on how you look at it. Problem is, sometimes the scary things can be too close for us to see anything else. What would happen if you changed your focus? What would happen if you accepted that the scary things can exist in the same space as fulfillment and joy? Would you choose the scary things or the fulfilling things? While we can't prevent the scary things from happening, we can choose not to be led by them.
I am a graduate of Central Michigan University, with a Master’s Degree in Counseling. I specialize in helping women who struggle with fear of failure, busyness, self-esteem issues, life transitions, stress and burnout. I use an eclectic style of therapy to guide you and help facilitate your growth as we work toward cultivating the best version of yourself.