Jessica Foley, MA, LMHC, LPCC
      Psychotherapy for Women
           Seeking Growth & Positive Change!




New Daring Way™ book clubs & weekend intensives coming up in the Fall!  Check them out here!

My Facebook Contest is STILL going!  100th 'Like' on my FB page gets a copy of "Food: the Good Girl's Drug: How to Stop Using Food to Control Your Feelings" By Sunny Sea Gold for FREE!  Here's a link to the page!


A Path to Healing Through Empathic Connection...

Now Serving clients in both Massachusetts & California!

Photo by Katherine Jane Photography
Photo by Katherine Jane Photography

Through therapy, our relationship will become a gateway to a new path… one that will ultimately transform the pain you feel into a part of your story that is honored and blessed.

 

I have special expertise in treating many women's issues - everything from emotional pain stemming from reproductive health challenges, to dealing with infidelity in a relationship.

 

As a woman, I understand how life can affect us differently. Problems like unplanned pregnancies, chronic illnesses, eating issues, postpartum depression - it's stuff like this that can really have an impact on how you feel. It’s not always easy to talk about the problems that are keeping us up at night, but counseling is one place where it’s ok to say anything, and to truly be heard and helped. Don’t wait to decide to change your life - schedule an intake appointment today!

 

In goal oriented psychotherapy, we will use the power of your narrative to show the way to a more connected life. In therapy, you will experience a safe, empathic environment to share, learn and grow through our work together. Healing through making changes in your life isn’t always easy, but therapy can be a supportive place to start! I look forward to embarking on this journey with you...

 

...a journey that results in a healthier, happier you!



Some special issues I can help you with are:

  • Anger Management/Assertiveness,
  • Identity/Sexual Orientation Issues
  • Abortion Issues
  • Adoption Issues
  • Survivors of Domestic Violence
  • Survivors of Rape/Incest
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Grief and Loss Recovery

Did I Tell You to Read A Book?

Then check out my store through Amazon on the resource page!  An amazing way to find the information I recommended!

Oh snap, there's a wait list for clients using insurance for January 2016.  Wanna get on it? Please contact me for more info!

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This is a Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Asexual/Aromantic friendly business!  We welcome all kinds of ladies in female-only counseling.

What's On My Nightstand:

Leisureville: Adventures in a World Without Children by Andrew D. Blechman 

"When his next-door neighbors in a quaint New England town suddenly pick up and move to a gated retired community in Florida called The Villages, Andrew Blechman is astonished by their stories, so he goes to investigate. Larger than Manhattan, with a golf course for every day of the month, two downtowns, its own newspaper, radio, and TV station, The Villages is a city of nearly one hundred thousand (and growing) missing only one thing: children.

In the critically acclaimed Leisureville, Blechman delves into life in the senior utopia, offering a hilarious firsthand report on everything from ersatz nostalgia to the residents’ surprisingly active sex life. But this is more than just a romp through a retirement paradise; Blechman traces the history of the age-segregated retirement phenomenon, and travels to Arizona to show what has happened to the pioneering developments after decades of segregation. A fascinating blend of serious history, social commentary, and hilarious, engaging reportage, Leisureville is an important book on a major, underreported trend"  -from Amazon.com

What I'm Watching On Netflix & Amazon Prime:

Intervention 

"Addicts are confronted by loved ones and trained counselors urging them to commit to treatment or face serious consequences." On Netflix.