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Jocelyn views therapy as an opportunity to experience and explore oneself in a safe and supportive space. By nature, she is supportive of, and curious about those around her. Jocelyn's training has a counseling psychology background and is person-centered with the therapeutic relationship at the forefront. As a clinician, she integrates dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and pulls from psychoanalytic, Adlerian, Rogerian, and Family of Origin modalities in her practice. As a life-long learner, Jocelyn is honored to be a part of her clients’ lives, and supports their change and journey over past, present and future.


Jocelyn's clinical work includes a strong interest in sports psychology with training under Dr. Christina Heilman, Mindset (Driggs, ID). Additionally, she enjoys working with young people through transitions into and out of higher education, including college recruitment, and the college search process. She has professional background in collegiate coaching and served as an Assistant Professor at Carleton College from 2012-2021. Prior to moving to Minnesota for her career and graduate school, Jocelyn worked at liberal arts colleges across the country including Earlham College, Washington & Lee University, and Williams College.


Jocelyn is passionate about moving her body whether it’s in the water, on mountains, or coaching on the fields. She aims to incorporate her experience and passion for athletics as well as psychology into her practice. She resides in the west Metro with her husband, daughters, and dog.


Jocelyn believes life is a journey and feels great privilege to explore and navigate that journey with her clients.



  • Life Transitions: high school to college, college search, emerging adulthood, career paths as well as relocation and career transitions

  • Sport Psychology and mental wellness related to sport, injury and return to play

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Grief & Loss

2004- B.A. in Sociology & Anthropology from DePauw University (Psychology Minor)
2015- M.A. in Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (Counseling School & Personnel Psychology)

2019- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor



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