Jessie Gladden

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Meet Jessie

Jessie is a Tennessee native, born and raised in Clarksville, TN. She moved to Nashville in 2013 and has been passionate about connecting with and serving her community ever since. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Austin Peay State University in 2012. Finding she was drawn mostly to the social/emotional wellness of her students, she pursued a Master’s Degree in School Counseling and graduated in 2014.   

Eight years into her time as a School Counselor, Jessie chose to continue her graduate counseling education to obtain her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at APSU. Jessie spent years immersed in her own therapeutic journey, deeply benefiting from working through issues of codependency and unhealthy thought and relationship patterns. Jessie has a gift at applying her own process, along with clinical training, to help her clients heal maladaptive patterns stemming from trauma and interpersonal relationships. Jessie has additional brain spotting training that is applied to her work with clients, especially those struggling with trauma and PTSD.  

Jessie is passionate about facilitating growth, self-discovery, and healing for her clients with a person-centered, integrated counseling approach. Jessie’s therapeutic work is guided by meeting people where they are and providing a gentle, yet challenging place to land. Jessie lives in Nashville with her husband, Matt, and their dogs, Allie and Stanley. In her free time, you can find her watching The Office, spending time with friends and family, traveling and dabbling in interior design.

Passion and Hobbies 

Mary is passionate about showing up non-judgmentally and with a human presence. She balances stepping into the shadow and providing empathy with a sense of humor to bring some light into difficult scenarios. Mary is an enneagram 7. She enjoys trying new things, time spent with friends and family, spending time in nature, especially with her dog, Eloise, yoga, and live music.
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Entering into the therapeutic process allows a person to examine often dark or traumatic origins of maladaptive coping strategies and develop new patterns that will connect one to light and better quality of life.

Group Therapy

Mary facilitates weekly group therapy sessions with focus on body image and Eating Disorder recovery

Individual Therapy

Specializing in eating disorders, intimacy disorders, and trauma; individual therapy uses many methods

Trauma Workshop

Full Day Trauma Workshop which combines psychoeduation, group processing  and peer feedback
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