Jessica Chow, M.A.
Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist
AMFT 104236
Supervised by Kristen Hannah, M.A.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
LMFT 97199
(408) 805-4047

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 EDUCATION:
M.A. Counseling Psychology, Santa Clara University
B.A. Psychology, University of California, San Diego

 CLIENT POPULATION:
Adults
Adolescents
Children

 AREAS OF FOCUS:
Relationship Issues
Trauma
Co-Dependency
Emotion Regulation
Abandonment Issues
Self-Esteem/ Identity
Childhood wounding
Life Transitions
Cultural Identity/Acculturation Issues
Spirituality
Depression
Anxiety
LGBTQIA

 ABOUT JESSICA:
Jessica is passionate about helping people find the freedom to live as their most authentic self. Oftentimes the tension, frustration, or pain we feel comes from old ways of thinking or being that no longer serve us. In your work together, she can guide you to access the parts of yourselves that have the strength, resources, and resiliency we need to endure and overcome our suffering.

When we are in pain it is easy to feel lost, become discouraged, or lose hope. In your work together, Jessica will hold the space for the big feelings that feel too overwhelming to take on alone. She will provide a place for you to unpack the heaviness and help you reconnect you to parts of yourself that can help lighten the load.

Sometimes pain can take so much of our focus it can feel difficult to hold onto the joy and lightness in life. In your work together, Jessica would like to partner with you to find a balance between acknowledging pain and making space for joy, love, and hope.

Jessica is also passionate about working with teens and children to help develop stronger sense of identity, emotion regulation skills, stress management, and more effective communication skills. In her time as a school counselor (at both high school and elementary level), she has worked with children and teens who struggle with depression, anxiety, academic stress, self-harm, social dynamic concerns, and processing multicultural identity issues.