JESSICA RAMOSKA, LPC, NCC
Jessica received her BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 2010. She completed her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary in 2014 and is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado and National Certified Counselor. Jessica’s experience includes work with symptoms and experiences of depression, anxiety, relational dissatisfaction, trauma, spiritual abuse, identity development and healing from high-control group and/or relationship, recovery from narcissistic abuse, grief work and transitions in life roles for ages 17+. Jessica works with Couples and Individuals in the areas of dating, marital and pre-marital therapy, and family relationships. She provides EMDR Therapy and received her training at The Maiberger Institute. Additionally, Jessica is passionate about the Enneagram and provides a compassionate path to increasing self-awareness and living authentically.
Jessica tailors treatment to your needs and can help you make the intentional changes that create internal rest, self-acceptance, confidence, and the freedom you desire to experience in relationship to self and others. Jessica moved often and has lived in California, New Mexico, Texas, North Carolina and Colorado. She also spent six months on the east coast while hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2009. She met her husband Alek, while attending her undergraduate program at CU in 2007 and they have been together ever since. Her husband helped to start a natural food company in Boulder beginning at the farmers market, look for Hope Hummus. If there is a dog, there is Jessica giving it kisses. Her dream is to own 5 dogs as well as other animals. Truly, participating in counseling has helped to change Jessica’s life in a powerful way as she sought to explore and rewrite her own negative scripts, step into vulnerability, deepen her relational connections, strengthen her boundaries and break out of unhealthy dynamics. This process led to great understanding, pain, healing, and the discovery of what is is like to accept oneself wholly and compassionately. The positive changes she has experienced through the therapeutic relationship is why she became a therapist. She believes freedom is possible with the acceptance of our true identities; it just takes a little practice is all.
Contact Jessica for a complimentary 20-minute consult. Jessica offers a reduced rate when available, please contact her for more information: Direct Line: 720.432.5069 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org