Jamie Hall is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (MFTi) and Professional Clinical Counselor Intern (PCCi). She completed her Master of Arts in Professional Psychology with Azusa Pacific University and her Bachelor of Science in Clinical Psychology with Liberty University. Jamie has a Certificate of Ministry from Christian International Ministry Training College and has rich experience working in an Inner Healing Ministry. She has several additional certifications for counseling through the American Association of Christian Counselors. She was married in 2007 and enjoys art, music, and being in nature.
Jamie is sensitive to the many components that contribute to both personal blocks and growth. She views life as a journey with peaks and valleys, dark places and light places, and the inevitable changes of seasons. If she can walk with you on your journey, if even for a short time, to process difficulties in the present, pain from the past, or desires for the future, she counts herself as honored. She endeavors to be a safe place for her clients so they can be honest without judgment. She has experience in dealing with couples, individuals, and children. Whether you have to adjust to a big life change, are dealing with emotional or existential concerns, or are finding yourself stuck, Jamie will tailor her treatment to your specific needs with compassion and even a sense of humor at times. There is a lot of “noise” in our lives today. Jamie desires to help bring some level of quiet to people’s souls so they can make decisions with better clarity, they can view themselves and others in a healthy way, and they can connect with that still small voice inside that reminds them they are valuable and loved.
• Experience at Parents Place included: Group facilitator for domestic violence perpetrators; individual therapy for the partners of the perpetrators of domestic violence; group facilitator for young boys who had been sexually molested; parenting class instructor (helping parents reacquire custody of children who were in foster care); family therapy, couples therapy and individual therapy for marriage and relationship issues; individual counseling for teenagers and young children who were in foster care.
• Continued internship at Cooper Avenue Baptist Church, Yuba City, Ca.
Experience included individual and couples counseling for families in crisis, counseling individuals with a variety of relationship and personal issues.
• Bachelor of Science – Biology CSU Chico, Ca
• Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, National University, Sacramento, Ca