Jamie Lloyd, MA, LPC
"Patients often ask if I am the same in my personal life as I am as a therapist and my answer is YES! – I value authenticity and integrity in my personal and professional life and I believe humor helps us all not take ourselves too seriously. Shared experience is what creates empathy and understanding, and I strive to connect with each of my clients in a way that encourages trust and self-actualization so that clients feel empowered to define life by their own terms."
HELLO, I'M HAPPY YOU'RE HERE
I believe that a successful therapeutic outcome is dependent on the relationship I establish with my clients. My approach is always genuine, client-centered, and collaborative with a focus on unconditional positive regard that provides a safe space for clients to explore and resolve the issues bringing them to therapy.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Young Adults
- Parenting skills/support
Jamie Lloyd is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 10 years of experience providing therapy for individuals, groups, couples, and families. She graduated from Northwest Christian University with a Master of Arts degree in Community Counseling. For the past 5 years, Jamie has worked in a rural primary care clinic doing integrated care and found it to be both challenging and rewarding. She has worked in two additional primary care settings as well as in private practice and additional agency settings, seeing clients of all ages and from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.
Her approach to therapy is most frequently Family Systems using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or Motivational Interviewing. Jamie is also trained in EMDR and Dialectical Behavior Therapy and most often uses a mixture of interventions tailored to meet the client’s individual needs. Jamie believes that the most important factor in helping others is the therapeutic relationship. Care is always trauma informed and client centered.
Jamie Lloyd is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 10 years of experience providing therapy for individuals, groups, couples, and families.
- Master of Arts in Community Counseling, Northwest Christian University
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Management, Northwest Christian University
- Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing, completed Phase I & II – 48 clock hours
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy, 40 clock hours
- Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists
- Achieve Medical Center