Mental Health Counseling 

Jasmine Dominique has served as a Mental Health Clinician for 15 years. In 2007 she graduated from Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Psychology degree and in 2009 she graduated from the Adler School of Professional Psychology with a Master of Counseling Psychology degree. In 2012 she was led to Brazil where she studied integrative and indigenous health practices.


Jasmine Dominique utilizes a unique approach that implements both Cognitive Reconstruction (1) identifying dominant thought patterns (2) Identifying the root causes of dominant thought patterns (3) shifting of cognitive distortions as needed through various techniques and Story/Narrative Sharing (1) to delve into the cultivation of the subconscious mind.


Jasmine Dominique purports that optimal health is achieved when spiritual, mental and physiological factors are aligned. A holistic approach allows her to support clients as they discover the belief systems that have shaped their realities. As a result, an emphasis is placed on identifying and understanding prevalent generational and familial structures. Her eclectic approach also encourages clients to share their most fondest childhood experiences. Jasmine believes that the “inner-child” is a powerful guide. If we allow, it can reveal to us the origin of our fears, aspirations and ideologies.


The primary goal of Jasmine Dominique’s therapeutic approach is to assist clients as levels of awareness are heightened. When we are aware we are empowered. When we are empowered change is possible.


Key Components of Jasmine Dominique’s Holistic Therapeutic Approach

● Cognitive projection is the creator of our realities

● Cognitive patterns are created by profound and life-altering experiences

● Story-telling stimulates memories and cognitive functioning

● Genetic predisposition contributes to the formulation of our cognitive traits

● The effects of childhood experiences are deeply ingrained in personality traits, moods and affect

● Awareness, empowerment and change are interchangeable factors


Populations Served

Adults 18 +

Children 10 +