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Jamie Day, CT (They/She) is a white, non-binary, butch lesbian in a plus-size, non-disabled body. Jamie believes that clients are the experts of their own lives and feels privileged to sit with clients as they share their stories. Jamie values thoughtfulness, authenticity and kindness as the basis for building meaningful therapeutic relationships. Jamie appreciates the opportunity to work with clients from a wide range of identities and backgrounds, and is particularly passionate with working with LGBTQIA2S+ individuals.


Jamie takes a person-centered and strengths-based approach to counseling. They believe that it is necessary to draw on elements from a wide range of therapeutic modalities to meet the unique needs of each client. Some of Jamie’s favorite modalities to pull from are Existentialism, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Narrative Therapy. Therapy should be a collaborative process where clients feel safe in advocating for their needs and feel supported in meeting their personal goals.


It is Jamie’s hope that each client will feel encouraged to embrace their true selves, navigate challenges and find joy and empowerment in their daily lives. They also aim to create a therapeutic space where clients feel safe and affirmed in the exploration of their identities.


Jamie was raised in Central Ohio but left briefly to receive a Bachelor of Arts in Gender and Culture studies with a minor in Sociology from Bowling Green State University before returning to Columbus. Jamie is currently a second year student in Capital University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program and is completing their internship at CCW. In their free time Jamie loves to work on fiber art projects and soak up the sunshine.

Jamie will be accepting clients in August 2024.

Counselor Trainee License #: C.2405591-TRNE

Supervised by Alexis Rae Burrow LPCC-S (E.0602053-SUPV)

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