About Jetson Counseling
Throughout life, there are certain times when an individual may want to express their feelings to an experienced mental health professional. By doing so, they receive assistance in navigating these feelings that can otherwise have a negative effect if not addressed.
At Jetson Counseling, individuals receive attentive counseling in multiple areas. These include marriage counseling, financial counseling and financial recovery programs, individual counseling, group counseling, and family counseling. Topics that people tend to frequently explore include relationship issues, codependency, communication, blaming, critical thinking and judgment, anger, depression, anxiety, body memories, trans-generational patterns, negative thinking patterns, rejection, fear, phobias, being heard, getting any emotional voice, loneliness, abandonment, rejection, all forms of trauma and abuse, different psychological patterns and disorders, money issues, what money represents, thoughts and feelings around money, triggers, trust and safety.
Dave Jetson has over ten years of experience as a professional mental health counselor and speaker. Dave has worked in many capacities as a counselor, starting by working as a vocational rehabilitation counselor for people with disabilities. He has also worked with state and federal parolees and today is in private practice working with issues involving depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, mediation, parenting, psychology of money, tele-therapy, marriage and couples counseling as well as other psychological issues as they present themselves. Dave currently leads individual counseling, group counseling, and workshops on many different topics. Dave has also developed a “Financial Recovery Program,” in which he helps others address any number of financial issues. Dave has clients around the world through the utilization of Skype. He may be reached at:
636 St. Anne St.
Rapid City, SD 57701
Liz Thorn has over 30 years of experience as a professional mental health counselor. She has worked in many capacities as a counselor, starting by working for a state facility and today is in private practice. Liz started one of the first home-based counseling programs in the Black Hills. She works with children, adolescents, adults, families and marriage counseling issues. Liz leads a group for people with disabilities and has a wonderful empathetic understanding in her approach. Liz works with issues involving depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, mediation, children’s issues, parenting, women’s issues, marriage and couples counseling as well as other psychological issues as they present themselves. Liz may be reached at:
636 St. Anne St. Suite 201
Rapid City, SD 57701