Jamie Curtis, MA, LPC 


• Holland

Areas of Focus:

• Depression/Anxiety
• Grief/Loss/Adjustment
• Women’s Issues
• Identity/Self Worth 

Patient Ages:

• Adults 
• Adolescents

Jamie holds a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in counseling from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Through her previous experience as a client advocate for Lakeshore Pregnancy Center as well as many years as a youth leader, she has had the opportunity to journey with women, couples, and teens in the midst of some hard life situations.

With a focus on individual counseling, Jamie is passionate about journeying beside adults and adolescents that may be struggling with anxiety and stress-related issues. She feels it is an honor to walk alongside individuals that are experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, or loss issues, as well as identity and self-worth issues. In addition, she has a heart for working specifically with women facing trauma, relational, and life adjustment issues. Along with a strong faith-based approach, she incorporates a strength-based and solution-oriented focus to help individuals use their God-given strengths to overcome past and present hurts and hurdles. She often utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy in conjunction with Scripture to help clients address life’s difficult times and to create positive life changes. She believes that every individual has been given unique gifts and strengths from God that can be used to accomplish His plans for them.

Jamie and her husband live in the Allendale area and very are passionate about their community. They have been blessed with three children and they enjoy spending time with family and friends, watching their kid’s sporting events, and most definitely date nights.