Jaclyn Biggott, MA, LPC

After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from University of Central Florida, Jaclyn continued her education to earn her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University. Jaclyn spent much of her graduate training working with clients and their families impacted by autism and developmental disorders. Jaclyn has gained experience working with children and adolescents in various clinical settings, which has further adapted her ability to be flexible and creative to ensure each client is receiving appropriate, adequate support. In addition, Jaclyn has facilitated numerous psychoeducation groups, including social skills, emotion regulation, and parent skills training. Jaclyn’s sincere compassion fuels her ambition to make a lasting impact in the lives of her clients and their families.

 

Jaclyn strives to partner with parents, schools, and other helping professionals to reignite hope and collaboratively find effective, healthy solutions to life’s challenges. Jaclyn is an energetic, empathic clinician who encourages vulnerability as she aims to help build client resiliency. Her therapeutic approach encompasses evidence-based interventions that foster positive change. Jaclyn provides a warm, trusting, and safe therapeutic environment, allowing for client growth and empowerment.