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Connie Jones Joins Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program Staff

Published: Jan. 9, 2023

Connie Jones, LIMHP, CPC, wants clients to know that she’s genuine, not afraid of the “hard stuff” and relates easily to those who may be struggling with mental health issues.

“I have much respect and compassion for those who may be experiencing or have experienced their own traumas,” said Jones, a counselor with the Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program.

Jones has worked in behavioral health for more than 20 years. Although she enjoys a diverse client population, she’s particularly drawn to teens and young adults.

She’s certified in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) – a type of cognitive behavioral therapy that focuses on identifying negative thinking patterns and finding ways to change them into positive ones. Jones is also trained in trauma counseling, and she has experience working with survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

For her, the most enjoyable part of counseling is the opportunity to sit with clients and review their successes.

Jones believes that The Meaning of Care means “providing excellent service and treating the patients I meet with the same respect I would like to receive.”