JaiLin Boivin, BS, MS, Graduate Student Intern
JaiLin is in her final year of graduate school at McKendree University. JaiLin’s outlook on therapy is one in which individuals are able to be their full, authentic selves. In order to do so, JaiLin offers a safe, non-judgmental space, where clients are able to have their lives and goals supported. She serves an array of individuals ranging from teenagers, college aged individuals, and young adults who are experiencing major life transitions, navigating what they want for their life, and who they are. JaiLin’s approach is one in which the client is the expert of their story, and she is there is to help navigate through that. Taking an eclectic approach, JaiLin utilizes various treatments such as Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Feminist Therapy to help her clients.
An important part to her practice, JaiLin believes that both her and her clients are not only on the same page but go at the clients’ speed. JaiLin stresses the value of self-care and clients’ being able to feel empowered through breaking cycles and being free to be who they are.
JaiLin will be practicing under the supervision of Clinical Director Megan Droege, LCPC.
Licensure & Education
M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, McKendree University (In Progress)
M.S. in Kinesiology with a Specialization in Exercise & Sport Psychology, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
- Trauma and PTSD
- LGBTQ+ Support