Jenna Bell, MS, MFT Registered Intern
|Professions: Marriage & Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, Psychotherapy|
|License Status: I'm a therapist practicing under supervision|
|Primary Credential: MFT Registered Intern - 81288|
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I listen to each person with warmth, empathy, and acceptance. Seeking therapy can be difficult and uncomfortable, and it is important to feel emotionally safe when exploring difficult issues. In this safe environment, you are invited to speak freely and openly as you address your unique challenges. I help individual adults and teens as well as couples with difficulties in parenthood, intimacy and passion, self-esteem, and communication, by providing accessible tools to help you find your deeper truth, heal, and thrive. As a couple I can help you know each other again if you've lost touch emotionally, and provide tools to help you improve communication so you can work through conflicts more lovingly, and express yourselves genuinely. I help families improve peace at home by holding the space for each person to speak and be heard. If you are an individual coping with depression, low self-esteem, or relationship issues, I can help you explore your experiences and set goals toward a more fulfilling life. I have worked with couples, teens, and individuals through depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship problem with partners or families, and after sexual assault and intimate partner violence. Call me today for a free phone consultation.
Email or Call Jenna Bell, MS, MFT Registered Intern at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 25875
More Info About My Practice
The fee for therapy is $80 for individuals and $90 for couples for a 50-minute session. Payments can be made on the Soul Wisdom Therapy website via PayPal, or in person at with check or cash. I am unable to accept insurance at this time.
Important Factors for Choosing a Therapist
When choosing a therapist, it is so important to feel a safe connection with the person in whom you are confiding. You will know a therapist is the right fit for you when you feel you can trust the person with your emotions, you feel accepted, and you are also challenged in a way that fosters forward movement and personal growth toward the goals that you set. A good therapist will help you by asking open-ended questions, asking you about your opinions, values, and experiences, and introducing new perspectives that could help you see things in a different light.
I feel one of my strengths is my ability to connect with clients on an individual level, to meet people where they are in the moment, and to establish a trusting therapeutic relationship. I strive to stay in touch with my objective approach, and to help you find a healing path on your own terms.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Some people fear that seeking therapy is a sign of weakness or that it indicates you have an unhealthy personality, but everyone has doubts about themselves or their relationships at times. Seeking therapy is a very brave and enlightened step toward bettering your life and relationships because it means you are willing to face your difficulties and be open to change. Looking at ways to improve one's self is something that many people avoid, and in avoiding this people compromise their relationships at home, at work, and with friends and family. Most of all, avoiding ongoing problems and issues can result in chronic stress, depression, anxiety, loneliness, or feelings of being misunderstood, which can result in sleep problems and even illness! Avoiding problems may feel safer, but the cost is great and the rewards few.
Therapy can mean great improvement in some people in a matter of weeks. For others it can take longer. Some people stop therapy and then come back later to address something else, or just for a "tune up." There is no right way to do therapy except to be willing to be open to feelings, thoughts, and ideas. In the end, facing a difficult challenge takes a lot of courage and determination, and these are actions of strong individuals - people seeking something better for themselves and their relationships. When you are ready, allow yourself the experience of finding this for yourself. You may be surprised at your own progress.
Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Family Therapy
Ages I Work With
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