Jessica Kruckeberg, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Jessica specializes in working with high achieving individuals. High achieving individuals can come from various walks of life including, middle-schoolers and high-schoolers who are in Gifted and Talented programs, enrolled in AP and Honors classes who are struggling with anxiousness, worry, and feelings of being overwhelmed. High achieving adults can include college students with their sights set for STEM degrees and advanced degrees, entrepreneurs, people in leadership positions, engineers, or high pressured careers. High achieving individuals can report feeling imposter syndrome, anxiety and depression, worry that success is tenuous, feelings of loneliness, and even guilt at their success.
Jessica also specializes in working with all genders around pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction and can work alongside your medical team to ensure an integrative approach. She has worked with clients who have experienced pelvic due to endometriosis, fibroids, bladder inflammation, vaginismus, vulvodynia, nerve pain, complications due to surgery, and many more. She knows it can be a struggle to find a mental health therapist who understands these issues and she not only understands but has seen it before time and time again. Jessica works with clients around coping with chronic pain, addressing pain with sex, sexual dysfunction, emotional distress due to pain and chronic diagnoses and the impact these diagnoses can have on a relationship.
Jessica is aware and informed on many underserved communities, including transgender, BDSM, kink, and polyamorous.
Marriage & Family Therapy Intern
Liliya is a marriage and family therapy intern completing her master’s degree at Northcentral University. She received her bachelor’s degree at Colorado State University in Human Development and Family Studies. She has always enjoyed working with families, couples, and individuals of all ages, helping them work through communication and strengthening relationships. She believes working through attachment-injury that we have experienced can help strengthen family and couple relationships. She is big on finding peace within your emotions, especially when dealing with depression, anxiety, and working through other life problems. Her style is working together and collaborating towards your individual or relational goals. She enjoys working with people and finding ways to make sure people live their lives to the fullest, but most importantly provide a space filled with comfort to work through difficult times.
Liliya enjoys spending time outside, traveling when she can, but she also is a big fan of staying in, watching movies and spending time with those who are close to her.
Marriage & Family Therapy Intern
Karen is a counseling intern completing her master’s degree at CCU. Karen enjoys working with clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions. Karen works with adults, adolescents, families, and couples. Karen also works with autistic people working through social and emotional struggles.
Karen is passionate about helping people overcome life’s battles and using a client-centered approach, works alongside clients to help them build the coping tools they need to get through those hardships. Karen is a gentle-hearted and compassionate listener. She has a passion for helping those in need because just like you she has overcome many obstacles to get to where she is now.