Jennifer Solosko Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Life is a journey that often presents challenges, joys, heartaches and opportunities for growth. There are times when we are able to navigate life’s ups and downs by ourselves or by drawing on our current resources. At other times, it is necessary to reach out and allow others to help you on the journey by providing you with a warm and caring environment, safety and support, or education and tools. My main purpose is to help clients achieve more secure bonds, improve attachment, promote healthy relationships and resilience.
I work collaboratively with my clients to formulate their goals. We explore together strengths, resources, areas of concern or places for potential growth. After creating an individualized treatment plan, I utilize various tools and techniques to assist my clients find within themselves the power to bring about the changes they are seeking in their lives.
• B.S. in Psychology, Brigham Young University
• Master’s Degree Marriage and Family Therapy, Argosy University
• Clinical Fellow Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
• Certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy
• Trained in Lifespan Integration
• Completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Brandi Hess Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
I have a passion for helping people to work through life’s difficulties, assisting them in finding joy, and the strength needed to reach their full potential. I strive to ensure that I understand your unique needs and aim to provide therapy and counseling sessions tailored specifically to those needs. I offer a kind, honest, and straight-forward approach in therapy, allowing for trusting relationships to be built. I specialize in couples and family distress, pre/post divorce, and adolescent treatment. I can also help you work through your depression, your suicidal ideation, your pornography/sex addiction, your abuse, your trauma and many other topics. I use a strength-based approach to help you work through your shame and try to uncover self-compassion and self-acceptance.