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Jessica Dolce


Jessica Dolce cornerstone christian counseling


  • healing from shame and guilt
  • creativity and whole-hearted living
  • anxiety
  • grief/loss
  • depression
  • life transitions
  • women’s issues
  • identity formation
  • athletes and sports performance
  • cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) trained
  • substance abuse and addiction
  • spiritual direction
  • motivational Interviewing
  • parenting
  • career development and professional growth
  • premarital counseling (SYMBIS certified)


Client focus


  • adults (18+)
  • seniors (65+)

counseling type

  • individuals

“It simply isn’t an adventure worth telling if there aren’t any dragons.”
~ J.R.R. Tolkien

Philosophy and Therapeutic Approach

I thoroughly enjoy counseling because every client I get to meet with is unique. I feel honored to sit and be present with you as I learn about your culture, perspective, beliefs, and interests. I am grateful when you allow me into your life and entrust me to come alongside you on the healing journey. As your counselor, I will listen attentively and provide a safe space where you feel seen, understood, and welcome as you are.

You are the expert on your own life. I believe we do the things we do for a reason and that you are capable of finding the answers you are looking for with the help of a compassionate counselor. My therapeutic approach aims to promote grace toward oneself as well as normalize what you are going through in order to show you that there is more than one way to live an abundant life. Through our time together, I hope you realize you are loved, valued, accepted, and worthy, and that you go on to propagate those feelings in the world.

What to Expect in Therapy

I recognize that beginning counseling can be daunting, anxiety-provoking, and even downright scary. It can feel uncomfortable to sit with a stranger and share personal information and feelings. With this in mind, my intention is to provide an open, caring, and pleasant environment so that you can feel comfortable sharing the details of your life.

During our initial sessions, I will work with you to understand your goals and reasons for coming to counseling. Once we’ve gotten to know one another, we will work on accomplishing those goals and shifting your life for the better.

personal qualifications and experience

Throughout my life, I have always appreciated hearing the specific details of the lives of those around me. I have experienced my own struggles with work-life balance, identity formation, relational discord, anxiety, and spiritual direction – just to name a few. It has been so meaningful to have compassionate, gracious, loving people walk through those difficult seasons with me. Through counseling, I aim to give back what was given to me.

I completed my undergraduate degree in psychology at Ohio State while playing ice hockey for the university. In 2022, I graduated with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. I am currently pursuing my licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor and have valued every moment of the journey thus far. 

From co-leading grief and loss and art journaling groups to working in a substance abuse agency with court-ordered clients, I have worked with a diverse range of people. I have met with individual clients from ages 12 to 79 who have attended counseling for a multitude of reasons. I feel immense gratitude to have been given the opportunity to come alongside, support, and learn from incredible clients, and I look forward to more opportunities to do so.

Personal interests 

I am an avid sports fan and grew up playing a lot of roller and ice hockey. Now I enjoy hiking or playing roller hockey with my husband. I am also the biggest fan of my 5 younger siblings, all of whom play ice hockey across the country. 

I have a passion for reading and thoroughly appreciate a great fiction book or anything by Bob Goff. I love finding a good show or movie to watch (Survivor, Lord of the Rings, Master Chef Junior, Harry Potter, etc.). Finally, if you have a dog, I will more than likely ask to see a picture because I am a huge dog lover!

 “It’s easy to confuse a lot of activity with a purposeful life.” – Bob Goff

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