Individual and Group Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Counseling Services
• anxiety • depression • bipolar • anger management • trauma/post traumatic stress
• self-harm • suicidal thoughts • phobias • grief • life transitions • work and career concerns
• self-esteem • physical/sexual/emotional abuse • drug/alcohol dependency
Northwest Perseverance Counseling strives to provide a a nurturing, safe, caring and confidential atmosphere to those who desire change within themselves. Northwest Perseverance Counseling will evolve and grow while continuing to provide compassionate services.
Jamie is passionate about working with, and seeing positive outcomes within her clients. She enjoys encouraging them to see their own potential and value.
The Mission of Northwest Perseverance Counseling, LLC is to provide the public with services that will encourage and promote emotional and relational potential and enhance personal growth and wellness goals.
Whether this is your first time in Counseling or you've seen a Therapist in the past, seeking or continuing services is a step closer to working through and overcoming the challenges that may be holding you back.
Counseling is a judgement free, safe place for you to process your concerns and struggles.
You will have the opportunity to explore your feelings, beliefs, and behaviors to better understand yourself, set personal goals, and persevere towards desired change.
I look forward to providing you or someone you love with compassionate and confidential, Mental Health and/or Chemical Dependency Counseling.
Jamie Clark, M.Ed., LMHC, CDP
Jamie was born and raised in Spokane, where she met her husband and has raised her two sons. She has two adorable grandsons, who she loves spending time with. Jamie enjoys camping and spending time outdoors in the summer and staying inside where it's warm during the winter.
As a child, becoming a Counselor was Jamie's dream job and now it is her passion. She persevered through her own challenges, never giving up. This has allowed Jamie an opportunity to take what she has learned throughout life and apply it by doing something she loves which is helping and inspiring others.
With several years of training and experience, Jamie has gained valuable knowledge and skills in the mental health field to include, working as a Designated Mental Health Provider (DMHP), as an outpatient Counselor, a Co-Occurring (mental health and chemical dependency) Clinician in Community Mental Health, and as a Discharge Planner and an Intake Clinician for inpatient psychiatric services.
Jamie is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP). In 2012 she received her Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Whitworth University and in 2016 she received her Certificate in Addiction Studies from Spokane Falls Community College.