My name is Jeffrey Jarrett and I'm glad you've stopped in. I'm a Marriage and Family Therapist. I provide psychotherapy to individuals and families in the beautiful city of Spokane, WA. … READ MORE about Marriage and Family Therapist
Are you facing a major life transition and looking for help and guidance?
Hello and welcome! Please check out the video above for a brief introduction to me. You can contact me by phone (yes, text is fine) or with the form to the right of the video. I look forward to helping you bring love and connection back into your life.
Some issues addressed with high school and college-age individuals: School (or other) anxiety, puberty/sexuality, divorce adjustment, family dynamics, self-injury, suicide, self-esteem, depression, … READ MORE about Services Overview
My office is located as shown on the map below.Please call or text 805/450-8909, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. or fill out the contact form so we can talk and, when you feel you are ready, meet … READ MORE about Contact Me
I am an LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist) in Spokane, Washington. I provide counseling to teens and college age individuals, relationship therapy, counsel on life changes, parenting, help with divorce, relationship advice, as well as help with dating, love and communication. I serve the greater Spokane area.
The problems that many of us face do not exist in a vacuum; they must be understood within the context of the overall relational or environmental system in which they operate. For example, it’s no secret that family dynamics can be complex and demanding. During counseling, my aim is to help you gain clarity regarding the various factors that might be contributing to a particular issue, so that you can be empowered to arrive at your own solution.
As a therapist, one of the most important elements of my work is to take the time to really listen. Perhaps you haven’t felt the liberty to really talk about the problems you’re encountering when speaking with a friend or co-worker, or maybe factors within your family dynamic make you feel as though you can’t open up and express how you’re really feeling. I’m here to listen with intent and to provide you with a “sounding board” so that we can work together to get to the root of the issues. This process of therapy will lead to the discovery of practical solutions that you can apply to make genuine progress.
Sometimes certain changes or transitions take place that have the potential to bring lots of stress and/or anxiety to our lives. Perhaps it’s a situation within the family such as divorce, domestic abuse or stage-of-life changes, or maybe it’s more of an internal struggle such as depression, social anxiety or self-esteem issues. Whatever the case may be, the important thing to remember is that you are not alone. If you’re struggling to find answers to problems that simply seem unsolvable, the healthiest thing you can do is to reach out for help. Don’t allow shame, embarrassment or fear of the unknown to keep you from seeking the help you need. Contact me today to set up a counseling session, so that we can begin working together to make positive, productive changes in your life.
Appointment Time Structure: Sessions are 50 minutes long. Prorating for extended sessions is calculated by … READ MORE about Office Policies
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Frequently Asked Questions
I’ve never been to therapy before. What should I expect? You should expect a warm, inviting and safe space where … READ MORE about Frequently Asked Questions