Jonelle Frost, MA, EdS
I earned my Master of Arts and Educational Specialist degrees in the Clinical Counseling program from James Madison University in 2005, This program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). While there, I received training in individual and group counseling theories and techniques, couple and family systems, substance abuse, career development, and multicultural perspectives.
Previously, I held the positions of Elementary School Counselor (2010-2012), and Student Assistance Counselor for middle and high school students (2007-2010) with Rockingham County. I also served as the child and adolescent substance abuse therapist at Northwestern Community Services Board (2005-2007). Currently, I continue to serve Journey clients as I have for seven years.
I’m passionate and committed to working with children, adolescents, women across the lifespan, and families with special needs.
In counseling, I utilizes client-centered, interpersonal process, reality-based, solution-focused, behavioral, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. I’m honored to be included in my clients’ lives and stories. I view counseling as a partnership and process helping clients to feel safe, explore and learn about themselves, and work through transitions to achieve their goals for change.