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Therapeutic care for children, adolescents and families

(including individual therapy for selected adults with adoption-related or parenting-related concerns).

Specializing in treatment of trauma, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, ADHD and behavioral concerns.


meet Jharnell:


Jharnell Cofield is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate, who uses an eclectic approach to therapy by integrating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), strength-based practice, as well as a family-centered approach. She is trauma-informed and has experience working with depression, anxiety, conduct disorders, ADHD, and eating disorders. Jharnell has a strong passion for helping families and children overcome barriers preventing them from healing and resolving family conflict.  Jharnell has experience with providing in-home therapy to children and diverse families who have experienced trauma and conflict in their home environment. She has also provided family therapy in an eating disorder residential treatment center, specializing in treatment for families who were looking for support upon their loved one’s return home.

meet Jessica:

Jessica Burch is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 13 years of experience in clinical mental health settings. Jessica provides comprehensive assessments and evidenced-based treatment to families who have been impacted by adverse traumatic experiences, are struggling with their young child’s behavior, or are looking for support with an adopted a child. Ms. Burch has received extensive training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and has received additional training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and the Attachment, Regulation, and Competency Framework (ARC).

Jessica believes every family wants the best for their children but may need additional tools to the navigate the challenges presented by intergenerational and/or developmental trauma, adverse childhood experiences, racial identity development, and neurodiversity.  Jessica utilizes a family-centered approach to restore healthy parent-child attachments and strengthens parenting strategies to ensure children’s underlying needs are met, while focusing on minimizing maladaptive behaviors. In older children, Jessica explores the role of trauma and identity development on the child’s sense of competency in the world, and works to build a foundation to help every child feel safe, capable, and loveable.

Jessica also provides clinical supervision to master’s level clinicians, has experience in public speaking, and is trained to facilitate family groups focused on Adoption, parenting a child in care (the Resource Parenting Curriculum), and Healing Identity through Anti-Racist Communities.

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