You don't have to do it all alone.
You may be curious about what makes me uniquely qualified to help you during a time of loss, grief, and transformation. I know grief and loss because I have walked the path myself. I have lost loved ones who can never be replaced. I have been at the very bottom of despair, and managed to steer myself onto the path of healing that was right for me.
I live with my losses everyday. They inform my understanding of love, connection, and life itself. As a therapist, it makes me passionate to continue broadening my understanding of how grief, loss, and life transitions impact us all; and the complexities around how to find the strength to carry on with our lives when they have been forever changed.
Jessica Bowen, LMFT, ACHt
I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Washington (LF60691693) and Oregon (T2289), and a Certified Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapist. I work with individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing loss, major life transitions, grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, and personal growth. I believe that with the right support and insight, we all have the ability to find meaning, value, and growth from life’s most difficult challenges. I provide the open and supportive care that gives you the freedom to explore that which you are most struggling with. With curiosity and compassion, we will create and implement strategies for coping with challenges of all sizes.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles and Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University Seattle. Additionally, I hold an Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy certification from The Wellness Institute in Issaquah, WA, after completing a two-year training program.
While attending graduate school I completed a clinical traineeship at Auburn Youth Resources, where I provided therapy and social services to youth and families. Concurrently, I facilitated therapy support groups at The Healing Center in Seattle for children, teens, and young adults experiences grief and loss. Before moving to the Pacific Northwest I volunteered at an organization called Free Arts in Los Angeles. I created and facilitated therapeutic art events for families living in transitional house facilities as part of their Parents and Children Together with Art (PACT) program.