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Jayme Liles

Specializations: Adults · Adolescents · PTSD · Veterans · Domestic Violence Survivors · Narcissist Abuse Survivors · Emotional, Physical, and Sexual Abuse Survivors · Anxiety Disorders · Mood Disorders · Personality Disorders · Self Esteem Building · Coping Skills · Substance Abuse · Addictive Disorders Codependency · Boundary Setting · Grief · Loss

Therapeutic Modalities

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • EMDR- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

  • Brainspotting 

  • Mindfulness Meditation

  • 12-Step Informed Substance Abuse Therapy

Forms of Payment Accepted: Private Pay and Private Insurance

To book an appointment with Jayme, call 337.849.1516

My Story

Jayme is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board Approved Clinical Supervisor who specializes in treating trauma. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2012 and obtained a Masters of Social Work from Louisiana State University in 2014. After graduation Jayme worked at New Beginnings Adolescent Recovery Center as a mental health and trauma specialist, serving teens and their families. She was eventually promoted to Clinical Director where she was passionate about program development and providing the highest quality client care. Jayme also became Clinical Director of the Hero Program where she developed a residential treatment program for veterans with co-occurring disorders. She was honored to lead a team that provided clinical care for veterans recovering from addictive disorders and military related trauma. Jayme then went on to develop Inner Light Therapy Center where she has treated clients with a wide range of complex trauma including survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, military trauma, and religious trauma. Jayme also provides therapy for clients with a full range of mental health disorders. Jayme became passionate about helping others after she personally experienced how support from mental health professionals can empower an individual to heal. Jayme entered treatment for addiction at the age of 24, where she learned she had been attempting to self-medicate due to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Jayme then embarked on her own journey of healing and decided to pursue a career in social work.

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