Jacqueline L. Hurst, BE, CADC II, NCCAP II, MSW
Intern – Social Worker
Jacqueline L. Hurst is first and foremost a human being that believes in supporting people and their ability to achieve their dreams, bravely face their fears and create generational healing in individuals and families. She began working with those crossing over in hospice care for 15 years and fell in love with the wonders and resiliency of the human spirit. She received an Associates Degree in Human Services with Lane Community College and became a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor in 2003. Jacque holds the experiences of more than 20 years of working with adolescents, families, seniors and adults who are seeking healing and connection within the battle against addiction. She was called to seek her own personal understanding and healing as a Bi-cultural Native Amercan woman in study and ceremony while achieving a degree in Family and Human Services at the University of Oregon.
Jacque is now excited to be moving into the place where mental health and Spirituality meet by pursuing an MSW at Portland State University. Throughout her career she became an advocate for alter-abled people, indigenous people and LBGTQAI people in supporting social justice as she believes in equity and identifying the grace and strengths of the human Spirit. She provides Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness techniques, Effective Communication skills, and Family Centered Therapy while utilizing intuitive connection and healing work to support strengths and empower every person. We are in this together.
$95 Per hour