Hello and Welcome to Jane Wolfe Counseling. I'm Jane.

I pursued my degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania and I have focused my career in the areas of addiction and substance abuse recovery, trauma, and forensics. I believe that counseling is a personal endeavor and should be tailored to you and your goals.

Trauma, addiction, and substance abuse recovery are all possible. I look forward to working with you.

My role as a counselor is to facilitate and support your growth through a variety of evidence-based methods and tools such as Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. I look through a lens of systems theory, attachment, the relational-cultural approach, and trauma informed care.

The root of it all: Life is about relationships. I want to know what brought you to this time in your life and where you want to go. I am committed to building a genuine connection that facilitates meaningful conversation, vulnerability, and empowerment. My hope is that through our relationship, you will be challenged and encouraged to create meaningful change.

Ready to give therapy a chance? Send me a message to schedule a free phone consultation. We can determine whether we are a good fit and start working towards your goals!

If you are a professional looking for clinical supervision, send a message with your name, professional role, and days/times that would work to meet for supervision, and we can set up an initial consult.




I Can Help You.

I believe that counseling is a personal endeavor and should be tailored to you and your goals.

A successful substance abuse recovery program begins with a tailored treatment plan, self-compassion and dedication to living a sober life again.

If you’ve experienced trauma, you may be struggling to overcome painful memories and flashbacks. Therapy can help you live with joy and purpose again.

Whether you’ve been mandated to receive counseling by a court or you’re looking to turn your life around, therapy can be a catalyst for change.

Self injury is often a coping mechanism for past trauma and pain. With treatment, you can learn new coping skills and live a whole and joyous life.