Hello there! Thank you for visiting my page. I am Jaclyn Krebs, a licensed counselor who has been practicing for over 15 years. My expertise outlines several domains and specialties. I specialize with working among populations such as children 5 years and up, adolescents, university students, adults, and families.
During my career I have participated in community and individual suicide prevention efforts as well as crisis management. In my training and experience I have acquired clinical expertise in suicide prevention and awareness. I have supervised programs and facilitated treatment to support progression for at-risk individuals who are in crisis or suffering from complex mental health symptoms. I have conducted trauma, violence, and depressive assessments to support guidance for treatment and clinical delivery. In addition, I have supervised a school-based behavioral health program that was trauma-informed focused and centered. I have extensive experience with working with emotional and behavioral concerns within educational settings as well as home and community. I have facilitated trauma treatment for over 5 years as a trauma certified clinician. As symptoms and the environment continues to evolve, trauma responses and anxiety has been at its upmost highest. To respond to the needs and complex symptom presentation, I have also undertaken the interest and specialty of treating anxiety and obsession/ compulsion symptoms. I am certified in Exposure Response Prevention to support ongoing treatment needs of those who experience anxiety, obsessions/ compulsions, and trauma-related pervasive symptoms.
Daily demands and life strains can easily become complex and taxing when managing symptoms of trauma, grief, or anxiety. Seeking help and support should not add more to your every day stress. I am here to hold a space for those who seek help in managing trauma, anxiety, depression, life adjustments, or obsessive/compulsive symptoms. My goal is to support you or your family member in gaining confidence and more ‘real time’ perspectives of external stressors and life adjustments. Managing daily obstacles with confidence and more clarity is achievable. Seeking support and refuge in one’s thoughts may be met with difficulty. I know that today’s decisions can be met with confusion and second guessing. I am here to help you or your family member in applying confidence and clarity to one’s wellness path.
Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders, Trauma and PTSD, Selective Mutism, and Autism
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