Jocelyne Collette MA
Jocelyne graduated in the summer of 2019 with an M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy. She uses an attachment and systemic approach and hopes to help clients navigate through challenging life situations as well as strengthen the individual and family system. She believes that the client is the most knowledgeable person in his/her own life. Jocelyne is able to recognize the importance of collaboration with the team in order to make progress in the overall therapy process.
Jocelyne enjoys working with a variety of populations. She is able to meet people where there are at. Some of the common therapy practices that she uses are: play therapy, CBT, parenting skills training, DBT, narrative therapy, experiential therapy, and solution focused therapy. The targets of these approaches are to treat: depression, anxiety, trauma, and recovery from physical, emotional, sexual, and verbal abuse.
- Play therapy
- Parenting skills training
- Narrative therapy
- Experiential therapy
- Solution focused therapy
- Physical, emotional, sexual, and verbal abuse