Jessica Hoffmann (she/her) is a master’s level licensed professional counselor working with clients age 16-45 at the Pine Rest Holland Clinic. She received a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University. This degree included the completion of internships at WMU’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services and North Kent Guidance Services (LGBT Center, and Assessment Center). During the process of attaining her degree and license, Jessica worked with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault at Resilience: Advocates for Ending Violence.
Following completion of Graduate School, Jessica went on to complete a 2-year intensive Psychotherapy Fellowship Program at Psychiatric and Psychological Specialties (PPS). At PPS, she received additional training and experience in trauma-informed psychodynamic approaches as well as interpersonal process and dialectical behavioral modalities. Following this intensive training, Jessica continued to work as a psychotherapist at PPS developing her eclectic approach to provide treatment that adapts to the goals of the client.
Through practice, Jessica has experience providing consultations, supportive psychotherapy, psychoeducation to clients with a wide range of concerns and backgrounds. With the client/therapist relationship at the core of her approach, Jessica is most passionate about helping teens and adults with issues related to domestic/intimate partner violence, relational/attachment trauma, sexual orientation, gender identity, and mood dysregulation.