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Jolene Feeney

Jolene Feeney

Mental Health Therapist and Coach

I serve chronically stressed and anxious women learn to engage life in a more mindful way, allowing them to connect to their true self and start creating the life they dream of.





Mindful Wellness Counseling, PLLC

Owner, Therapist and Coach

There are no magic, quick fixes because it takes a commitment to yourself. A commitment to yourself that you are not used to giving to yourself, but it will be well worth it.

I am dedicated to the empowerment of women. Too often women feel overwhelmed and under a great deal of pressure. As a result, women may stop engaging in adequate self-care, may experience guilt, and may feel emotionally and physically exhausted. Add to these marital problems, behavioral problems with their children, a lack of social support, and a woman can easily end up depressed and anxious.

Many times women turn to unhealthy coping strategies or they shut down and sacrifice their own wants and needs.

Women, by nature, are relational people, and the most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. By finding your voice, your meaning, your true passion, and your goals, you can begin to live a life you truly love and become the person you have always wanted to be.

Capella Univeristy

Masters of Science, Mental Health Counseling

I completed my undergrad at the University of Montana. Go GRIZ! I decided that I wanted to move to the Pacific Northwest, and so I got a job and moved West. My first job out of undergrad was working at a secure residential treatment facility for teenage girls with severe mental health and substance use issues. What a great and challenging job. But it was here that I decided that I wanted to be a greater part of their transformation story so I went to get my graduate degree.
In graduate school, I realized that understanding psychology and mental health was a passion. I haven't looked back since and found myself continually energized by people's desire to have a better life.