Jamie’s early passion for experiential therapy was cultivated by working as a camp counselor and volunteering with the Veteran’s Administration hosting annual picnics with her family. As a young professional she was taught the value of leisure and recreation as a tool to reduce boredom, create happiness, and improve overall functioning. She has experience working in mental and behavioral health with Active-Duty military service members. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) for trauma and Yoga for Twelve Step Recovery. She incorporates expressive art, reiki, tai-chi, music, games, and other experiential modalities into her work with clients. She is qualified to treat process addictions, specifically co-occurring eating disorders. She is passionate about recovery and helping people discover holistic serenity. Jamie holds a bachelor’s degree in Recreation Therapy and Studio Art from Temple University and a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Addictions from Prescott College.