Counseling Services



Mental health is crucial to an individual’s overall health. Unfortunately, health insurance doesn’t always cover mental health services and, if it does, it either restricts access to care by limiting the number of covered visits or by slapping on excessive co-payments.

In response to the growing need of mental health services and in an effort to address the shortfalls of insurance coverage for mental health, Direct Primary Care offers cash-pay counseling services at rates that are 50% less than typical insurance-billed pricing!

Jacqueline Myers, MSW, CC, MHP, SUDP-T

“While Jacqueline believes therapy is a collaborative process, she emphasizes and educates each client's development of new coping skills, increasing self-awareness, decreasing symptoms of depression and anxiety, increasing self-esteem, and identifying new goals.”

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Jacqueline is a professional, experienced Certified Counselor and Clinical Social Worker with over 18 years of service working with individuals and families who have experienced such issues as: childhood/adult trauma, mental health, domestic violence, substance abuse, child abuse and neglect, aging and long-term issues, marriage and interpersonal relationships,, etc.  She promotes all client’s and customers individuality and motivation for change in a positive direction with the utilization of Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavior Therapy while promoting and maintaining the individuals integrity and empowerment to make substantial and constructive changes in their lives.  Jacqueline encourages strength-based alternatives to assist an individual recognize negative and unhelpful thought and behavior patterns in their lives through a safe and trusting environment and promotes positive change.  While Jacqueline believes therapy is a collaborative process, she emphasizes and educates each client’s development of new coping skills, increasing self-awareness, decreasing symptoms of depression and anxiety, increasing self-esteem, and identifying new goals.
 
Jacqueline holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from California State University, San Bernardino, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Montana.  She spent many years working with children and families experiencing abuse and neglect and promoting safe environments for these children and families through education, change, and support.  While working as Clinical Director for children and young adults placed in group home environments, she built and maintained therapeutic relationships with the clients and service providers to provide the best care management for these individuals as well as supported, educated, and guided these individuals through such issues as abuse, neglect, mental health, substance abuse, suicide/self-harm, and other trauma related issues.  While working in the mental health and substance abuse fields, Jacqueline provided individual and group therapy on a daily basis, completed assessments for best available treatment options, as well as assessed the individual’s safety pertaining to their trauma and promoted on-going care and support for future success.  In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys spending time with her family and reading a good book.

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"Very affordable and very helpful. They are amazing at communicating with each patient to make sure you are taken care (of). Unlike most places you can tell they do truly care about each patient."
-Makayla
DPC Patient

Contact Us

212 E Central Avenue, Suite 360 Spokane, WA 99208

(509) 553-0565

mattd@mydpcclinic.com

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