Jackie Manivanh is a Licensed Professional Counselor & Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern who specializes in working with couples, teens, families, young adults and veterans. She has an extensive background in anxiety, depression, trauma, crisis intervention, suicide ideation, substance abuse, PTSD and career counseling.
Jackie uses an integrative treatment approach incorporating Client-Centered, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused & Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR). Jackie focuses on providing a meaningful experience in therapy, where clients feel safe, connected and supported in a genuine client – counselor relationship. Current studies and interests: Researching the impact of addiction in relation to childhood trauma.
Additional Trainings and Certifications:
Suicide Prevention & Education “The Bridge Between Suicide and Life” K. Briggs, 2015
QPR Suicide Prevention Training, 2015
Understanding and Treating Self Injury – Alfred University with Dr. Wendy Lader
Trans-diagnostic Strategies that work Across Anxiety and Related Disorders, 2014
B.S. in Communication, Mansfield University
M.S. in Counseling & Development, Texas Woman’s University