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It’s possible for you to experience meaningful healing and lasting change.

Let’s set goals to address the areas of your life that feel the most important and most challenging to you.

Together, we’ll create therapeutic experiences that empower you and align with your values.

Jessica Lincoln

Meet Jessica

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Jessica Lincoln

Pre-Licensed Professional, MSW (she, her)

As a social worker, I am trained to see your strengths and to help you leverage them in your mental health journey. I use a trauma-informed and person-centered approach with every client. Depending on your particular type of challenge, I’ll suggest different approaches to therapy, and we can decide together which one is right for you.

Verified by Psychology Today.

Specialties and Expertise

Top Specialties

Including compassionate, supportive care for the neurodiverse and LGBTQ+ communities.

Trauma and PTSD

Life Transitions



Bipolar Disorder

Coping Skills



Domestic Violence

Family Conflict


Peer Relationships

Relationship Issues

School Issues

Self Esteem


Suicidal Ideation


Types of therapy offered
by cville therapy

Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Culturally Sensitive

Dialectical Behavior (DBT)

Emotionally Focused





Trauma Focused

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does cville therapy charge?

The initial 15 minute consultation is free. A 50-minute psychotherapy session for an individual is $125.

Is cville therapy Neurdiverse and LGBTQ+ friendly?

Absolutely! We are proud that we offer compassionate, supportive care for the neurodiverse and LGBTQ+ communities.

Does cville therapy accept insurance?

As a pre-licensed clinician, Jessica is unable to bill insurance directly. However, she can provide you with a detailed receipt for you to submit to your insurance provider.

Does cville therapy offer a sliding scale?

Jessica does not have a sliding scale. If you are in need of free or low-cost clinical services, The Women’s Center is a great option for Virginia residents. Jessica currently reserves 10 hours per week to work with clients through The Women’s Center.

Does cville therapy offer any groups?

Since 2018, Jessica has facilitated Suicide Bereavement for Teens (SB4T). This is a free, online, peer support group for individuals between the ages of 14-19 who have experienced a suicide loss. If you know anyone who might benefit the group, please have them fill out this registration form and we will send more information.