About Jessica Metzger, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Jessica works with people in the context of their relationships. As an Art Therapist she believes everyone can benefit from the power of art making – no artistic ability or experience necessary. Because our bodies remember, she also integrates somatic interventions to facilitate change and healing.

Jessica brings a gentle compassion to therapy and focuses on identifying one’s strengths. Her theoretical approach is Adlerian in which encouragement and having a meaningful, compassionate connection to others are fundamental principles. Jessica views therapy as a journey embarked by therapist and client with the therapist providing support and guidance – not leading so much as guiding and encouraging. Jessica is experienced supporting children, adults, families and couples coping with a variety of challenges including trauma, life transitions, relationship issues and the unique needs of gifted and talented individuals.

She earned her bachelor of arts in Studio Arts, Women Studies and Psychology at Saint Olaf College and her dual Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Marriage and Family Therapy at Adler Graduate School. She completed Spiritual Practices in Relationships Intensive Training (S.P.R.I.R.T) at Theophilus Divinity School and Expressive Arts Facilitator training at the Expressive Arts Institute, Salve Regina University. Currently, Jessica also serves as an adjunct faculty at Adler Graduate School.
 

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I’m easy to reach to talk further about my services or to set up an appointment. Call me at 651–269–4937. Email me directly or use the easy web contact form to the right. 

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About Jessica Metzger, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Jessica works with people in the context of their relationships. As an Art Therapist she believes everyone can benefit from the power of art making – no artistic ability or experience necessary. Because our bodies remember, she also integrates somatic interventions to facilitate change and healing.

Jessica brings a gentle compassion to therapy and focuses on identifying one’s strengths. Her theoretical approach is Adlerian in which encouragement and having a meaningful, compassionate connection to others are fundamental principles. Jessica views therapy as a journey embarked by therapist and client with the therapist providing support and guidance – not leading so much as guiding and encouraging. Jessica is experienced supporting children, adults, families and couples coping with a variety of challenges including trauma, life transitions, relationship issues and the unique needs of gifted and talented individuals.

She earned her bachelor of arts in Studio Arts, Women Studies and Psychology at Saint Olaf College and her dual Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Marriage and Family Therapy at Adler Graduate School. She completed Spiritual Practices in Relationships Intensive Training (S.P.R.I.R.T) at Theophilus Divinity School and Expressive Arts Facilitator training at the Expressive Arts Institute, Salve Regina University. Currently, Jessica also serves as an adjunct faculty at Adler Graduate School.
 

Download Forms:

Contact

I’m easy to reach to talk further about my services or to set up an appointment. Call me at 651–269–4937. Email me directly or use the easy web contact form to the right. 

Send Jessica a Message:

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