Jessica L. Torick is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor. She received her Bachelor degree in Psychology from Westminster College and her Master degree in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University, as well as her K-12 guidance counseling certificate. She has been working in the field for over fifteen years.
Jessica has worked as a mental health therapist and assistant clinical director at the Bradley Center Robinson Campus, a residential treatment facility for adolescents and their families who have been affected by trauma, mental illness, and behavioral health challenges. She has also previously worked for Southwestern Human Services providing BHRS/Wraparound services as a mobile therapist, group therapist, and behavior consultant. Jessica also has experience as a school-based counselor for Wesley Spectrum Services, having been based in local public high and elementary schools, providing individual and family therapy to students as well as academic consultation. Jessica has also worked as a Parent-Child Interaction therapist at Wesley Spectrum Services, providing empirically-supported treatment for conduct-disordered young children that places emphasis on improving the quality of the parent-child relationship and changing parent-child interaction patterns.
Jessica treats adolescents and adult patients with a variety of concerns such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, childhood disorders, interpersonal problems, attention/concentration problems, parent/child conflict, history of trauma/abuse, and self-esteem. All treatment is individualized and may include various methods of intervention, with focus on cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, play, and client-focused therapy.