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Jessica Rice, LCPC

About Me

At this time, Jessica is accepting clients on a waitlist only

Jessica is accepting new supervisees (intern and LG/residents) in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

Jess is a late-diagnosed ADHDer and works in a neurodiverse-affirming manner with her clients. Her clinical focus is on providing anti-oppressive and trauma- responsive care to her clients, while honoring issues of and with power, privilege, marginalization, and oppression that may be present for her clients. She utilizes somatic-based and attachment-based therapies, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, and person-centered modalities when collaborating with clients. She strives to provide empowerment, and successfully navigate whatever
difficulties or successes you may be experiencing in life.  She predominately works with LGBTQ+ adults with presenting concerns of ADHD, depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal issues.
Jess is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Board Approved Supervisor in the state of Maryland, a Licensed Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia, and a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board
Approved Supervisor in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She has a Masters in Mental Health Counseling and a Masters in Art Therapy Counseling, both from Emporia State University, and is working on her doctorate in Counseling, Counselor Education, and Supervision at the George Washington University.


Jess is a Master Practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®), is trained in Trauma-Sensitive Yoga from the Trauma Center, and has completed Phase I of Brainspotting. She has previous experience in working with
incarcerated individuals and providing career counseling.


Jess work collaboratively with both Sarah, our Intake Coordinator, and Shani, our Internship Manager, and provides clinical supervision to Minahil, Shani, Cynthia, and Bona.

Interested in working with Jessica?

Fill out our form or contact our office  to get matched. A clinical supervisor will provide a free consultation to assess your needs.

If you're experiencing an emergency please contact 911 or go to your nearest hospital. If you're experiencing a mental health crisis contact 988. 


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