Ronda Jarvis, M.S.W., LCSW
Ronda Jarvis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the states of New Mexico and Florida trained as a psychotherapist in evidence-based trauma modalities.
We have all experienced painful wounds, hardship, and even tragedy in our lifetime. People who live with overwhelming stress, grief, and loss often experience debilitating symptoms that have their origins in imprinted memories or traumatic responses. These life-altering symptoms often reside in the mind and body and may manifest in distressing emotions such as anxiety, depression, panic, agitation, anger, emptiness, shame, harsh self-criticism, and disconnection
My approach to working with individuals who have experienced overwhelming stress and/or trauma is through true listening, compassion, and honoring one’s life story. It is often through our struggles and adversity that one’s true strength and resilience are revealed.
Utilizing research-supported interventions, together, we will cultivate a new pathway, one that fosters greater awareness, self-compassion, and wisdom to tap into your body and mind’s innate capacity to heal, find inner peace, and well-being.
Master of Social Work (MSW), University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana, 1992
B.S. in Psychology, University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana, 1990
Issues and Types of Therapy:
Anxiety, Chronic Health Issues, Coping Skills, Depression, Grief/Loss, Life transitions, Medical Complications, Mood disorders, PTSD, Stress Management, Trauma
Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT); Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT); Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT); Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction; Body-oriented, somatic-based integrative therapies; and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Ronda Jarvis provides therapy to individuals with a focus on post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma, grief, loss, and attachment issues. Ronda has worked with numerous individuals who have struggled with complex trauma resulting in unhealthy behaviors such as substance abuse, unhealthy eating patterns, or self-harm.