Jen Miceli, Intern
Hello, my name is Jen Miceli, and I am working as a clinical intern at Women’s Counseling of Nashua while I finish the last year of my master’s degree program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Plymouth State University.
I believe everyone has their own unique healing journey, and I hope to help individuals navigate this path on their own terms. Through trust and connection, the therapeutic relationship can be the safe, held space for one to do so. I am inspired by methods such as trauma-informed, strength-based, and feminist approaches. Sometimes life feels hard, emotions are overwhelming, or we experience a disruptive transition. We all need a little help so we can figure out what changes we want to make to feel and do better.
The ultimate goal in my work is to help you achieve agency, self-belief, challenge and overcome patterns and beliefs that might be barriers, ways to develop and use healthy coping strategies, and to understand your story and yourself.
I am in my third and final year of a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling to graduate in August of 2023. My current work is in community mental health as a case manager to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness as they transition back to their lives in their community following psychiatric inpatient stays.
I enjoy spending time with my three young adult children, especially traveling with them. To nurture my own well-being, I love time in nature, have been a cyclist for many years, enjoy reading, meditation, art, and music, and make sure to connect with the important people in my life.