Jada Pannell is a National Certified Counselor. She started her career with the Office of Children, Youth, and Families as a caseworker. After learning about the impacts of trauma and mental health in various communities in Allegheny County; she decided to pursue her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Duquesne University. As a clinician, she has provided mental health and trauma counseling; specifically, dealing with grief and loss, various forms of abuse, and mental health disorders.
Her approach to therapy is holistic in nature, and understanding the psychological forces that underlie human behavior and emotions. She draws her treatment from various evidence-based practices such as: person centered therapy, attachment theory, relational cultural theory. Jada is passionate, driven, and dedicated. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Counseling Education and Supervision. Her goal is to instill hope and promote the importance of healing, health, and wellness to her clients. She continues to perfect her craft through supervision, professional development, and internal growth.