and her co-workers, therapy dogs Oscar & Olive

Masters in Transpersonal Counseling

Nationally Certified Counselor

Licensed Professional Counselor

Trauma Certified, Dr. Bressel Van der Kolk author of ``How The Body Keeps The Score``

Started A Boulder Body Mind Spirit Counseling, LLC in 2014

Jayma Jamieson Professional Counseling Services Louisville CO
Olive Oscar Therapy Dogs - Boulder Counselor for Therapy Dogs
Olive Oscar Therapy Dogs - Louisville, CO Counselor



Empaths are highly sensitive to others’ emotions. Sometimes, empaths feel anxious or sad, but don’t know that it is someone else’s emotion they are feeling. Learning to work with this gift of intuition can benefit an empath, helping them to set healthy boundaries and not take on so much toxic energy.


We all go through many traumas throughout a lifetime, big and small. When we go through a trauma, our brain functions in fight, flight or freeze mode - effectively shutting off the complex ``computer system`` in our brain. Therapy reboots your brain, so that you can get unstuck from trauma.


When we buy into anxiety-inducing thoughts, they increase our suffering by 99%. Let’s learn to untangle our thoughts and feelings, and learn to be mindful about what we choose to believe. There are some easy strategies that can help alleviate unnecessary suffering and anxiety.


We all have a soul and a spirit, which need healing from traumatic life events. It is important to incorporate some form of spirituality into our healing, whether you are Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, or another spiritual background. Contemplative prayer, mindfulness and meditation help to transform negative thought patterns and are clinically proven to decrease depression and anxiety.

Highly Sensitive

Highly sensitive people are often empathic and highly intelligent. They are perceptive about their environment, and can often absorb negative emotions from other people. HSP’s will need to set healthy boundaries and maintain a steady self-care routine in order to function at their best capacity, and to maintain optimal emotional and mental health.


Infidelity & affairs contribute to shame, and the inner critic. When we can’t share what is happening, we internalize our pain and isolate from others. This leads to a build up of toxic shame and self-doubt. Therapy provides a safe place to work through these intense and complex situations.

Unsafe Relationships

Learn how to set boundaries in unsafe relationships, how to communicate clearly and respectfully, and how to leave a toxic relationship.


Divorce is one of life's top three stressors. It is very unsettling and many people will feel like their word has been shaken and they're not okay. We can’t walk through these stressors alone and expect to make a strong comeback. We need a safe, supportive counselor and friends in order to fully process what happened, grieve the loss, and come out the other side of this stronger and healthier.

Life Transitions

Life transitions tend to bring up thoughts patterns that challenge our personal and professional growth. Learn how to grow out of these thought patterns through therapy.



Spiritual Advice for Healing Blog - Jayma Jamieson Counselor

Spiritual Advice for Healing

If you’re a spiritual or highly empathetic person, it can be difficult to heal in this highly-stressful and emotionally-charged world. Learn steps to emotional and spiritual healing.

Busyness Epidemic Blog - Jayma Jamieson Counselor

The Busyness Epidemic

We have a busyness epidemic on our hands, and so many of us rely on coping mechanisms to combat or bury feeling that are telling us something isn't right.

Therapy Dog Blog - Jayma Jamieson Counselor

All About Therapy Dogs

In my practice, I use my two therapy dogs as emotional support animals with clients. They love coming with me to work to comfort and help my clients!