Jasmine Rose Penter, LCSW

Ignite, LLC was born during a time when I was wrestling with finding my own inner strength, challenged to take a leap that put me outside of my comfort zone- to do something I loved passionately- and to stop doing something I had previously loved deeply. This experience, along with years of working with people experiencing their own unique transitions, keeps me inspired daily to ignite that strength in others.Jasmine+Penter+9-12-13+%281164+o-2817508648-O

I was born in Modesto, California but raised in Springfield, Oregon. I’ve lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Portland, Oregon and have traveled to Thailand, Belize, Mexico, and Canada. My previous professional experience includes working at a truancy center, an adolescent group home, in a public elementary school, after-school programs, in a residential setting for families with no homes, with adults who have severe and persistent mental illness, and in hospice.  In June 2013 I began working at a local hospital as a medical social worker/care manager where I still currently work.

I am also now accepting clients for my counseling private practice, including individuals, couples, and families. My fields of specialty include hospice, grief and loss, mental illness, young adults, and life transitions. Services I provide also include life coaching and project coordination. I offer in-person counseling sessions at my office in Eugene, as well as Skype coaching sessions for those who live outside of Lane County. My services are affordable with a sliding scale fee. Please email joregonrose (at) ProtonMail (dot) com for more information.

My Masters of Social Work was completed at the University of Southern California and I have a Bachelors of Social Work at Chatham University.  In my limited spare time, I enjoy time with my spouse Jeremy & critters (4 dogs & a kitty), photography, playing soccer, reading, writing, scrapbooking, painting, playing board games, and enjoying quality time with my loved ones.

Visit my YouTube Channel where I cover the benefits of counseling (and a few other topics_:

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