Jessica Echeverry, M.A.


Works with: Children, Parents, Individuals
Specializes in Women’s Health issues including eating disorders. Experience with Children and Families, Trauma, Spanish-speaking Clients, Anxiety, Depression, Social Skills Impairments, Anger Management / Emotional Regulation, School-related concerns, Self-esteem, Transitions, Parenting, Separation & Divorce, Personal Development, PTSD, Grief & Loss, Suicidality

Jessica Echeverry, MA, is a counselor who works with individuals with a range of emotional and psychological difficulties including anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, and self-esteem.

As an empathetic, patient, supportive practitioner of mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral therapy, Jessica’s treatment approach places emphasis on the mind-body relationship to help create and maintain healthy behaviors.

When working with children, Jessica works very closely with parents. She has experience working with children displaying behavioral issues at school. As part of her practice, she likes working with parents to help implement reward and consequence systems at home. She provides a safe space for her clients to explore their emotions and find ways to better cope.

Jessica loves spending time outdoors with her dog. She is fluent in Spanish.

Clinical Approaches: Mindfulness, CBT, Play therapy techniques, ACT
Degree: M.A., Marymount University