Jessica Koehn, MA, LAMFT
Jessica Koehn (pronounced Kane) is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, who is currently pursuing a License in Marriage and Family Therapy and is receiving supervision here at Bridging Hope from James McAuley, MA, LMFT.
Do you often feel weighed down by the world around you? Together, you and Jessica will work on strategies that allow you to address the root causes of your difficulties and build meaningful connections in your life. Jessica appreciates working with individuals and families to help them identify strengths and resources within their system, while instilling hope through a systemic perspective. Jessica actively works in partnership with you to utilize your abilities to help you make sense of your challenges and achieve your goals, while using a variety of therapeutic modalities specifically geared towards you.
Jessica works part-time at our Rogers office on Tuesdays and via telehealth (when appropriate and covered) other mornings of the week. She provides individual therapy (age 6 and up), couples therapy and family therapy. She has worked with a wide range of mental health concerns including ADHD, anxiety, behavioral and discipline challenges, family and relationship concerns, suicide assessment and risk reduction, depression, couples’ conflict, self-image/esteem concerns, homelessness, and trauma.
Jessica has earned a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from North Central University and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Social Welfare and Sociology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Her current professional affiliations are American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and Minnesota Association for Marriage Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT).