Our interns gain valuable experience seeing clients while completing their final year of school while under the direct supervision of our therapists.

Jessica Hall

While pain is very real, so is hope. As a social worker, I feel honored for the opportunity to walk alongside you in your journey towards wellbeing. Whether you are attending therapy for the first time or returning to therapy, I understand how intimidating the process may feel. My goal is to provide a space of sanctuary, connection, and empowerment for you to reach your personal goals.

I believe that building trust and a positive relationship is a crucial aspect of therapy. I respect you, your experiences, and your ability to make your own decisions. I seek to create a space where we can explore your strengths and celebrate your individuality. I have confidence that together we can take steps towards meaningful healing and change.

Currently, I am a graduate student in the School of Social Welfare at the University of Kansas. I have known from a young age that I wanted to work in the helping profession and have been doing so for more than 14 years. I bring with me a wide variety of experience working with individuals seeking support in areas such as:
· Anxiety
· Depression 
· Emotional regulation 
· Coping skills 
· Teen issues 
· Substance Use
· LGBTQ+
· Veterans’ issues 
· Parenting 
· Behavioral issues

Find Your Strength at Kansas City Counseling

8826 Santa Fe Drive, Suite 209, Overland Park, Kansas 66212

counselinginkansascity@gmail.com