Sometimes our problems require an outside perspective
Being a parent is the toughest job in the world. A counselor can teach parenting techniques that decrease behavior problems and increase self-esteem.
Romantic relationships can be a safe haven, but when the relationship gets off track, that safe haven can turn into a battlefield. Counseling can help to rebuild a loving and secure connection.
Families are complex. Relationship issues can be easier to navigate with a counselor as your guide.
Conflict & Communication
Sometimes our relationships become strained because we don't know how to express our needs and hear the needs of others. Communication techniques are one of the many tools counselors can provide to help improve your relationships.
Do you find that you're experiencing excessive stress? Anxiety may be the culprit and a counselor can teach calming skills as well as explore the root of your stress.
Depression can hit anyone, and whether it is due to a life event or seems to come out of nowhere, counselors can help lift the heavy weight of depression.
Big life changes can come with big challenges. Working with a counselor can help to accept and process life transitions in order to reduce the difficult emotions that often accompany change.
Feeling alone in the world (especially right now) can impact your daily functioning. Interpersonal connections are vital to a fulfilling life, and by collaborating through counseling, we can help to strengthen important relationships.
Do you or your child lack a confident sense of self? Working with a counselor can help to embrace your strengths and build self-compassion leading to a boost in self-esteem.
A variety of therapy services to meet your family's needs
"Jacquie is a deeply creative individual with a unique approach to her work that I think draws kids in and helps to build trust and a sense of play, even in potentially stressful situations."
Your Growth Starts Here
Jacquie Harro is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Denver, Colorado. Jacquie has a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Art from the University of Puget Sound.
Using an integrative counseling approach, Jacquie pulls techniques and teachings from a variety of counseling theories to find the combination that best fits your personal circumstance. These therapies include play therapy, narrative therapy, art therapy, mindfulness, emotion-focused therapy (EFT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). For more information about Jacquie's experience and approach, visit Psychology Today or LinkedIn.