Jamie Mosley, MS, LPC.  Bridging Hope Counseling

Jamie Mosley, MS, LPCC, CDWF - Rogers

Jamie Mosley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, who has over 20 years of experience working with children and families.  She has a passion for inspiring others to live a wholehearted life by increasing self-awareness, self compassion, and making meaningful connections.  Jamie has a strong background providing counseling services to clients with a wide range of issues, including substance abuse and mental health diagnoses.  She has experience in leading individual and group therapy sessions to help patients process their emotions and develop effective coping skills.  Contact Jamie by phone at:  815-973-0999, or by email at:  Jamie@bridginghopecounseling. Jamie currently takes clients in Rogers Mondays & Fridays. She also sees people at her private practice in Andover - see her website at: https://www.conscioushealingcounseling.com. 


After 20+ years with Head Start, Jamie pursued her long-term career goal and became a Therapist. Jamie received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University.  Jamie’s previous experience includes inpatient mental health and substance abuse settings.  She served on the Livingworks Board from 2009-2011 with a mission of suicide prevention.  http://www.livingworkssuicidewalk.com/index.php

“I am passionate about living a wholehearted life.  Dr Brene Brown defines wholehearted living as engaging in our lives from a place of worthiness. I believe that a crucial part of living a wholehearted life includes decreasing negative self-talk while increasing gratitude, play, and calm.” I believe that the wisdom to lead a healthy, happy life is within each and every one of us and my goal is to help unlock that wisdom.  I am a Certified Daring Way facilitator.   

Previous clients have commented on my ability to relate to their needs in a non-judgmental way by providing genuine empathy and understanding.  In addition, clients have commented on how my humor has created a relaxed atmosphere in which digging deep becomes a natural process for therapy.  I believe that tapping into clients’ strengthens is the best way to move forward and when strengths are identified, change begins and successful outcomes and lasting life changes are made.   

In life we have three choices: we can live in the past, standstill, or move forward.  Therapy is a gift in which we allow ourselves the courage to move forward.  

Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling | WALDEN UNIVERSITY, Minneapolis, MN | 2013

Conscious Discipline: http://consciousdiscipline.com/Default.asp
Shame Resliance: Dr. Brene Brown http://thedaringway.com/
Suicide Prevention: https://www.livingworks.net/
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing): www.emdr.com