“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.”

– Henry David Thoreau

Making any changes in life can be difficult and having the support of others is important to making lasting change.  Calling a therapist can be a brave first step to making those changes.  At my practice, I will work with you to develop a greater understanding of yourself to help you move toward the life you want.

Some of our barriers to change can be… Holding on to the past, anger, resentment, anxiety, and/or depression.

Together, you can learn to overcome these barriers to have more joy.

Have you ever had any of these thoughts?

  • Why am I struggling in life? 
  • How am I going to accept this situation?
  • How are we ever going to work through this together?
  • I just want the worrying to stop. 
  • I want to be able to enjoy life more.   

Whatever your struggle is, I am able to help you through this journey of life.  Having a supportive environment to help you can be essential to being successful for your own goals.

I work with each client to help them identify their own individual goals.  Once setting those goals, I will work with you to gain an understanding, yet challenge you to make progress toward change.


  • Individual Counseling
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Postpartum Counseling
  • Addiction Recovery Maintenance
  • Addiction Recovery for Families


Jessica Fowler, LCSW

945 E. Henrietta Road, Suite 7A

Rochester, NY 14623

(585) 208-8140

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