Jody L. Cecil, LPC

Jody Cecil, LPC

Jody began serving adolescents and families in her roles as educator and coach, in both the public and private sectors prior to transitioning to her counseling career in 2014. These experiences, spanning over 20 years, provide a unique perspective as she now works with individuals in a therapeutic setting. A graduate of Ottawa University, Jody specializes in counseling adults using a variety of individually focused, integrative approaches that value attachment and the family system. She has advanced training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, a body-oriented form of therapy that provides a wholistic approach to the treatment of trauma, TIST (Trauma-Informed Stabilization Treatment), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and IFS (Internal Family Systems), Believing in the healing power of relationships, Jody also offers group therapy.

Jody's deepest desire is to join others and help them to find hope and healing. Her experience includes working with issues related to trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, relational issues, spirituality, and grief. While using evidenced-based treatments that address the whole body, Jody collaborates with the client to discover what might work best for them in their journey of healing. She believes the unique relationship between client and counselor is a major factor in the healing process of the whole person: mind, body, and spirit.

Jody and her husband have been married since 1995 and have two adult children who visit often and a dog named Roxy. After 25 years in Arizona, she and her husband decided to make Oregon their home. She cherishes time with family and friends, loves the outdoors, and can often be found in antique shops and small towns.