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Jennifer McCord LPCC, NCC
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Jennifer McCord

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate and a certified SYMBIS Assessment Facilitator. I earned a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University and hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Northern Arizona University. I worked for more than twenty years with young people in several capacities. For the past six years I have held a position on the advisory board for the Colorado Springs Fire Department Explorer Post and have volunteered for the International Association of Fire Fighters annual Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial. I have a passion for helping adults, teens, couples, first responders, military members, and their families.

LPCC, NCC

I believe that each individual has a unique journey which has impacted their life in a distinct manner. Additionally, I understand that individuals respond to therapeutic modalities in a myriad of ways. With this in mind, I incorporate a diverse array of therapeutic philosophies in order to create a personalized treatment plan for each client.

I seek to create a therapeutic environment of confidentiality and empowerment while offering the tools to assist individuals in meeting their specific mental health related goals. I implement concepts from a number of researched-based therapeutic theories and implement treatment plans that are based in therapy models such as person-centered, strengths-based, narrative, attachment, cognitive behavioral and solutions-focused therapy.

I moved with my family to Colorado Springs in 2016. My husband, of twenty-five years and I have two adult sons and a French Bulldog. Moving to Colorado has been a tremendous blessing and I appreciate all the outdoor activities this state has to offer. While I love hiking and exploring nature, I am also an avid reader and enjoy sitting by a cozy fire with a wonderful book.

My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive. And to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor and some style. 

 Maya Angelou

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