Jennifer Walrod, LCSW, PLCC
Psychotherapy for Adults, Adolescents, Elderly and Couples
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Jennifer Walrod, counselor in Missoula, MT

Thank you for visiting my website.  You have taken a courageous and often difficult first step. 

Sometimes life is hard and confusing. We can also feel alone and scared, however, the fear of judgment and shame about our struggles can prevent us from sharing our story and asking for help. With humility, compassion, and curiosity, therapy can often be the bridge from pain to resilience. Therapy can also help us understand our story from a larger context and oftentimes we can find purpose in our pain. When hurtful parts of our lives make sense, life becomes more vibrant, colorful and meaningful.

Choosing the right therapist is an important decision. Safety, trust and honesty are crucial to a rewarding and transformative experience. I would consider it an honor and privilege to be invited into your life and story.  By applying complementary therapy approaches that recognize your unique gifts and qualities, I am hopeful that together we will bring understanding to your struggles and work toward greater peace, freedom and vitality.

Please call (406) 529-7776 or email me for an individual, couples or family therapy consultation today.


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