Supportive Solutions uses a Solution Focused Approach, which means creating a partnership with you and trusting that the expert on you, your family, and your problem is YOU!
After carefully listening to your perspective and story, goals will be developed collaboratively with you along with an action plan broken in to small steps so you can move at a pace that is comfortable for you.
The focus of sessions will be finding what is already going well in your life (no matter how big or small) and building on that success while using your strengths to overcome challenges. You will be encouraged to share your thoughts and feelings and the plan will be developed based on your unique situation and needs.
Some helpful interventions that may be used in our plan include Brainspotting, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), eliminating negative beliefs while promoting positive beliefs, relaxation skills to manage stress and anxiety, expressive therapies such as art, play, storytelling, and examining how your thoughts lead to emotions lead to behavior and creating healthy patterns (also known as Cognitive Behavior Therapy).
Jana Glass is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia (LPC#003501) and a Master Addiction Counselor through NAADAC Certification Commission. She received her Masters Degree in Community Counseling from The University of Georgia and her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida.
Jana specializes in treating Anxiety, Depression, Infertility, Substance Use/Abuse, and Trauma. She is passionate about making sure that people feel comfortable, understood, respected, and helping people heal from past abusive experiences and losses to live their ideal life.
Jana completed the Phase 1, Phase 2, and Phase 3 Trainings for Brainspotting and the Level 1 and Level 2 EMDR trainings. She is a Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) and uses online therapy via video sessions, phone sessions, and therapeutic email exchanges for clients who cannot come for office sessions or prefer to engage in Distance Counseling.
Who We Assist
Most Clients who seek support with us are experiencing challenges in their day to day lives that they want to improve. Some people question whether their past experiences are considered trauma. Many as compare their situation to other people's and convince themselves they do not have as difficult a life as other people. This leads to questioning the validity of thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
Jana Glass defines trauma as anything from your past that affects your present in a negative way. Individual people who experience the same event will walk away affected in different ways. Some experience mild symptoms and others will have more challenging experiences. The important part of healing is having a safe space to resolve past events and learn better ways of coping; this is what Supportive Solutions strives to provide all clients.