Jacqueline Elliff, LPC

Jacqueline is a caring individual whose call to counseling came as a freshman in college. She earned a B.S. in Family Studies from Lamar University and her M.A. in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University. She is dually licensed as an LPC in Texas and Colorado. In addition, she is a certified facilitator of the Prepare Enrich Marriage Program.

Jacqueline loves to see her clients being released from what has kept them bound. It is amazing to see people fully living in joy, in freedom, and having healthy relationships. She knows how much people need a safe space to speak their fears, explore their hurts, and be themselves. Jacqueline empathizes with her clients and looks for what each individual needs according to their situation and their personality. Furthermore, she believes a balance of challenge and encouragement can truly help people overcome.

Jacqueline specializes in women’s counseling, pre-marital and marriage counseling, couples in ministry, women experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, difficulty in stress management, and family relationships. Often, her approach is faith-based, but much of her experience is counseling those who are agnostic. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is another modality Jacqueline uses, which includes some DBT and REBT exercises among other things.

As a pastor’s wife herself, she is knowledgeable and sensitive to those in ministry. She’s been married to her her husband since 2013. They moved here to plant a church in northern Colorado in 2021. They have three young children and so enjoy living here!