Jody Sacia, LPC
Jody earned her degrees from the University of Illinois and Idaho State University- Meridian. Jody has discovered the effectiveness of an Experiential-Existential therapeutic approach which allows her to be fully present with each of her clients. Self-identifying as an overthinker, she has learned the power of implicit knowing and through mindfulness practices holding space to listen to all parts of self. She also utilizes Emotion-Focused Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care as well as the developmental lens of Attachment-Based Therapy.
A FEW WORDS FROM JODY:
Validating the unique human experience of each of my clients with warmth and acceptance is priority in the work I do. Feeling truly seen, heard, and understood without judgement builds connections with self and others. I enjoy “being a fellow traveler” with my clients as they find their own voice and empowerment to live the life that aligns best for them. Areas I work most with are relationships, finding meaning, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, self-harm, suicide, effective communication, grief, and living authentically. I see individual clients from preteen through adulthood as well as couples.
I am mindfully rebuilding and creating the life that I find fulfilling and meaningful. I love all things nature and being active. When possible, I enjoy spending the day picnicking at Bogus Basin for music on the mountain.
"Awareness is like the sun. When it shines on things, they are transformed."