My name is Jack Venbrux. I work with individuals who are 18 years old or older with a wide variety of issues. Some of those issues include: anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, life changes, traumatic experiences, and working through hurts from the past. I’ve helped many people feel better, come to understand themselves more completely, grow kinder to themselves and others, and grow stronger inside.
I’ve counseled with students, engineers, CEOs, truck-drivers, grandmothers in retirement, adult adoptees, veterans, fire-fighters, teachers, and a host of other precious people, possibly like you, who want some assistance living a more satisfying life. I help people learn to live with more energy and vitality in everyday life. I help people deal with life stressors. I enjoy seeing my clients begin to understand how their family of origin and life experiences have shaped them, so they can more clearly chart their own unique life course.
After over 10 years of training and experience in the Seattle area I recently moved out of the big city to be closer to my roots. When we work together, I can draw from a wide variety of approaches that have their roots in some of the latest research about how the brain changes. Some of the therapies I use include: Relational Psychotherapy, Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems (CIMBS), Lifespan Integration Therapy (LI), Attachment-Focused EMDR, Somatic Transformation (ST), and mindful awareness.
You’ve already started moving toward healing by searching for a counselor. I would like to welcome you to consider contacting me. I offer a free 30 minute get-together, no obligation, meeting time to answer questions, and to see if we think it might make sense for us to work together. I am accepting new clients. Call or email me (via contact page) if you are interested.
I have closed my office in Pullman Washington and I'm now full time in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. I have a list of some possible Pullman/Moscow area referrals that can be found under the FORMS tab in the "Downloads" section.
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn
is just to love
and be loved in return."
Lyrics by Edan Ahbez 1947 "Nature Boy"