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Jazmin is an intern currently pursuing her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling at Purdue Fort Wayne.  She enjoys working with children, teens, and adults.  She has worked with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma, identity concerns, relational/peer concerns, and LGBTQIA+ related concerns. 

Utilizing a humanistic/holistic approach, Jazmin focuses on meeting clients where they are and joining them on the journey to where they want to be.  She believes that each person is unique and works to create a counseling experience that honors the complexity of the human experience.  She seeks to support clients along their journey by providing a nonjudgmental space that encourages exploration of one’s whole self (mind, body, and spirit), unhealed wounds from the past, and individual choice.  


Jazmin often utilizes various approaches such as somatic experiencing, experiential activities, and other creative methods that are tailored to support the client’s exploration journey. 


Jazmin is also offering a support group for LGBTQIA+ individuals.

Please email Jazmin for more information:

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