Jaclynn D. Moergeli, LMHC
Mental Health Counselor & Neurotherapist
I developed an appreciation for the human condition while travelling through the United States, meeting people of many different cultures and life experiences. This respect for the human condition, as well as my inexhaustible curiosity of human behavior and passion in observing growth in others, makes mental health counseling the perfect career for me.
As a Humanist I believe each person can lead a meaningful life and is responsible for how their life can add to the greater good. To facilitate this, I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. By shifting undesirable thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to more healthy perspectives, emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and personal growth are achieved.
I received a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling after a year-long internship with Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation. I then opened a private practice with a focus on treating clients struggling with drug and alcohol dependence, a history of domestic violence, challenges with anxiety and depression, and relationship difficulties. I also received domestic abuse training at D.A.W.N. (Domestic Abuse Women’s Network). I love what I do and love even more that I have found a home at Brain Health Northwest.