Ready to feel confident in your own skin?
You’ve come to the right place.
I’m Jessica Sullivan, and I help young adults just like you: ones that have it within them to take control of their fears and anxieties but just need the support to get there. I help my clients rediscover their strengths by equipping them with the tools they need to better understand themselves.
- M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Franciscan University, 2018
- B.S. in Psychology, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2014
- Licensed Professional Counselor – In Training (LPC-IT): #4600-226
- National Certified Counselor (NCC): #1095118
- Techniques for Mindful Resilience (Jan 2021)
- “Pure O” OCD Subtypes: How to Identify and Treat Them (Jan 2021)
- Trauma and Self-Injurious Behavior (Nov 2020)
- CBT: Learning to Think About Your Thinking (Nov 2020)
- Trauma and its Impact on Sexual Behavior and Recovery (Nov 2016)
Who Am I?
Now that you’ve seen all my credentials and know that I’ve been trained to help you, let’s get real. While all those letters after my name are important they don’t tell you anything about me as a person. A good therapist not only has the necessary training and skills, but more importantly, they need to be trustworthy and relatable. Therapy is about making a connection and working together as a team and if we don’t get along then I’m not going to be the best therapist for you.
So a little about me outside the therapy room. I love to read (I’m a huge Harry Potter fan but I’ll basically read anything), watch tv shows that everyone already saw years ago (I just finished Breaking Bad this year), and play video games (I grew up with Nintendo but I’ve recently moved up to PlayStation).
I was raised Catholic and I continue to grow in my faith but I also fully respect any other Christians, religions, or explicitly nonreligious folks. I strive to help you in all aspects of your life and your spirituality is a part of that. I will never judge you for your beliefs or tell you about my own (this is not a place for me to evangelize you).
I became a therapist because of my own struggles dealing with anxiety and trauma. Everyone struggles in their own way but you don’t have to suffer alone. I’m here to listen to your story, find your strengths, and empower you to continue your next chapter. Reach out to me today to schedule a free consultation and we can start the journey of healing together.
Compassionate Heart Therapy provides both anxiety and trauma therapy to young adults in the Milwaukee area. Together, we will discover and utilize your strengths so you can experience the relief and confidence you deserve.
Compassionate Heart Therapy, 925 Elm Grove Rd, Suite 303, Elm Grove, WI 53122