Jessica Ives, LCPC, RPT
Practicing Since: 2003
Issues: parenting, depression, anxiety, grief, sexual abuse, chronic illness
Disorders Served:ADD/ADHD,Adoption/Foster Care,Anxiety/Panic,Autism,Behavioral Issues,Bipolar Disorder,Blended Family,Chronic Illness/Pain,Codependency,Depression, Divorce,Eating Disorders,Grief/Bereavement,Infidelity,Marital/Premarital,Miscarriages,OCD,Personality Disorders,PTSD,Schizophrenia,Self-esteem/self-worth,Self-harm,Sexual Abuse,Suicidal Ideation,Trauma
Special Populations Served: Children 3+, Adults, Couples
*Offers Video Counseling
- BA Sociology Indiana Wesleyan University
- MA Marriage & Family Counseling Indiana Wesleyan University
- Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)
- LCPC Supervisor
- Registered Play Therapist (RPT)
- National Certified Counselor (NCC)
- Member American Counseling Association
About: Jessica has a passion for working with children ages 2 and up, adults, and families. She is a registered Play Therapist through the Association of Play Therapists and has experience working in various settings including private practice, public and Christian schools, and the court system. Jessica uses an eclectic approach to therapy by focusing on the client’s needs and what works for them, meaning each client is evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Jessica believes that God has paved her way to uniquely help others that she comes into contact with through her life experiences. Jessica has been married since 1999, and has two children. She is also the founder of a 501(c)3 nonprofit that helps families and the medical community; this became a passion of her’s when her son had to have brain surgery in June 2013.