Jessica Sullivan, MS, LAPC, CRC, NCC


Jessica helps clients experiencing the following: 

  • Women experiencing pelvic pain/discomfort with or without sex

  • Couples struggling with neurodiversity and sexual concerns

  • Latinx individuals navigating culture clashes, racism, and identity

  • Dancers and athletes dealing with chronic pain or injuries 

Jessica is passionate about working with marginalized populations and affirms all genders, relationships, and identities. She also offers letter writing services for gender affirming services. She utilizes body based approaches and may encourage light movement or body exercises. Even though my foundational approach is somatic,  she draws on many theories and modalities. Her previous experience includes working with individuals with disabilities in state vocational agencies. She plans to offer pilates classes and services in Spanish in the near future.

Jessica danced competitively from age three to 18 and was trained in ballet, jazz, tap, ballroom, etc. She loves movement in all forms and can spend hours reading. She loves to spend her weekends at Atlanta United games, playing video games, or meal prepping or staying at home with her spouse and four cat floofs (Moo, Bruce Wayne, Atalanta, and Wadsworth).

Jessica earned her Bachelors in Anthropology & Human Biology and Psychology from Emory University. She earned her Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling from Mercer University, and is a licensed associate professional counselor and certified rehabilitation counselor. She is in the process of becoming a somatic experiencing practitioner and certified sex therapist. She currently works under the direction of Courtney Geter, LMFT-S, CST and supervision of Dr. Tyler Wilkinson Ph.D, LPC, NCC, ACS and Nick Marzo, MS, LPC, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, CPCS consistent with GA Rule 135.


Session Fee $145-$165


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