Jade Zinser, LAC, NCC is a Mental Health Therapist and Neurofeedback Provider who positively impacts the lives of adolescents and adults by creating the safest place possible to reach their goals and live happier, healthier lives. She has ample experience working with the holistic, collaborative care model and fully understands its importance to accelerate healing for better outcomes.
Jade holds a Master’s degree in Counseling from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, where she received training to create meaningful change for patients from all walks of life. Her extensive training spans play and adolescent therapy, parent-child relationships, individual counseling, and Neurofeedback therapy, frequently utilizing CBT, DBT, and mindfulness practices to explore behavioral patterns, identify emotional needs, and process past and present hardships. Jade believes her clients are the experts of their own lives and empowers them to take charge by challenging fears and becoming drivers of positive change.
Following graduation, Jade moved to Arizona and began working at a Neurofeedback clinic, where she impacted the lives of many. Jade then went on to work in Primary care clinics to provide counseling, using the collaborative care approach by teaming up with patients’ primary care doctors and psychiatrists to create change.
When Jade is not busy working, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, spoiling her Golden Retriever, Murphy, exercising, trying new restaurants throughout the Valley, going to concerts, traveling the world, and showing her Texas pride. Jade is also a member of the Junior League of Phoenix where she champions women to help them reach their full potential and improve the communities they serve.