Individual, Couples and Family Therapy

Helping Families Heal
One Day at a Time

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Sometimes life can get complicated…
That doesn’t mean we have to go through it alone.

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Reconnect to yourself and your loved ones in a fun, open and empathic atmosphere.

“Spirituality is recognizing and celebrating that we are all inextricably connected to each other by a power greater than all of us, and that our connection to that power and to one another is grounded in love and compassion.”

- The Gifts of Imperfection

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Jamie Day, MS, LMFT, RDT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Drama Therapist, Creator of the Divine Mommy Movement and Author of the upcoming ‘Soul-To-Sisterhood,’ book. Currently, Jamie works as a therapist in private practice with individuals, couples and families marrying her psychotherapy background with the potent and powerful work of the Sacred Feminine and the Sacred Masculine. Jamie has earned Master of Science degrees in both Marriage and Family Therapy and Interdisciplinary Arts from Nova Southeastern University. In addition, she also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre Performance from Northern Kentucky University. Jamie has a diverse background of experience and has worked with survivors of human trafficking, at-risk adolescents and their families, anger management groups for teens, drama therapy groups for college students, expressive arts therapy groups for families facing chronic illness and loss, teen parents, homeless pregnant mothers, mothers in drug and alcohol recovery, families with children diagnosed with SPD and ASD, bereavement, Military Families, youth and adults living with PTSD and survivors of sexual trauma. Jamie is also specially trained in Infant Mental Health, Trauma Informed Care, The Circle of Security Parenting Model, Postpartum Anxiety and Distress and is a Parenting Educator. She brings more than 12 years of experience in working with clients as well as leading connective and supportive groups for women, families, and children. Her dedicated approach incorporates a solution-focused mindset that empowers, affirms and invokes the strength within.

“A soul mate is the person who makes your soul grow the most.”

-Carolyn Myss

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Jamie’s Approach

Sometimes just offering a different perspective, or a positive way to think about an issue, is really beneficial. Other times, going deeper into our pasts and liberating the unconscious manifestations of wounding can be transformative. The most important thing is, your needs are top priority.

 “When we go into a relationship of any kind, it is because we want to share, we want to enjoy, we want to have fun, we don’t want to be bored. If we look for a partner, it is because we want to play, we want to be happy and enjoy what we are.”

- Don Miguel Ruiz, The Mastery of Love

‘It is the sharing of art that whispers, ‘You are not alone’.

-Collective Works of Art

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Let’s Co- Create This Experience Together…

As a therapist Jamie has almost a decade of experience working with Individuals, Couples and Families and has studied many different modalities of strengths-based, solution focused approaches. In studying these different systems of thought and implementing them into her practice, Jamie truly believes that each client is always going to be the expert of their own relationships, their own parenting style and their own marriage. Jamie is not a therapist who will step in and give you advice or tell you what to do…but, she will work with you, as a dedicated system of support, to assist you in discovering and uncovering your own unique abilities to understand why certain dynamics are at play- and how to shift them towards greater functionality, happiness and connectivity in all aspects of your life.

“I believe in a world…
Where we can make and share art and words…
Where we can find our way back to one another.”

-Brenee’ Brown, Braving the Wilderness

Let’s Talk!
Please feel free to get in touch.

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“We need 4 hugs a day for survival.
We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance.
We need 12 hugs a day for growth.”
-Virginia Satir