Graduate Student Intern
Jacqueline Osbourne is a graduate student at Dallas Theological Seminary earning her Master's in Counseling. Her approach to therapy is integrated with psychology filtered through the lens of a biblical worldview. She brings into sessions Cognitive Behavioral, Attachment, Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed, and Family Systems theories and therapies. Her goal is for her and her clients to develop trust and safety on their journey of healing and growth. As a multiracial woman herself she hopes to help clients see and celebrate their own stories.
The road that led Jacqui to counseling was a creative one. A bachelor's degree of Fine Arts in Graphic Design she was led to a life in Christ. Beginning her faith journey she found a passion for people, especially wanting to help people grow. For the last seven years, she has worked as a local missionary to a multicultural church plant. She was a staff member in charge of media and music, shared the gospel, and discipled women of various ages and cultural backgrounds. As a counselor, she hopes to bring some of these creative and spiritual practices to counseling sessions to help clients process, cope, heal, and grow.