Olivia Jablinski is a Master’s level intern from the University of North Texas and is working under the supervision of Robi Heath, M.Ed., LPC-S, RPT-S to attain the necessary hours of training to graduate the program and become a Licensed Professional Counselor – Intern. As a counselor in training she uses her experience and empathy to create a therapeutic relationship and connect with diverse client populations while seeking to instill hope and help individuals and families toward recovery and wellness. Olivia combines her counseling training with the knowledge from her undergraduate degrees in Director of Christian Education at Concordia University Texas.
Olivia has counseled in the Counseling and Human Development Center at University of North of Texas providing services to adults and college students. Olivia has had experience working with issues such as life transition, depression, anxiety, bereavement, and relationship concerns. She also enjoys working with children, teens, and families to give them support to grow and work through various challenges in their lives.
Random factoids about Olivia: Olivia spends her time away from the office hanging out with family and friends, two-stepping, and going to kickboxing classes. She loves to travel around the world, meeting new people and exploring new places. Olivia loves music and finds great joy in singing. She has a beautiful dog named Macy who is working on becoming a registered therapy dog for the future.
- Expected to graduate in December 2018 with Master of Science in Counseling with a specialty in adolescents from University of North Texas
- Bachelor of Arts in Director of Christian Education from Concordia University Texas
- Animal Assisted Therapy
- Texas Counseling Association
- Adult Counseling
- Family Changes
- Relationship Concerns
- School Concerns
- Stress Management