Licensed Professional Counselor
Diversity and Inclusion Focus
Jocelyn Cooper (she/her) is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in Virginia. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from The College of William and Mary and her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University. Jocelyn has experience in several different therapeutic settings to include university counseling, community mental health, private practice, and crisis intervention. When working with students, Jocelyn is intentional about understanding the broader context of your life and how macro-level issues such as systemic oppression, historical trauma, societal expectations, socioeconomic factors, and other parts of your identity play a role in the concerns brought to sessions. Jocelyn will help you to identify your values and use them as guideposts for creating a life that feels authentic and true to what’s most important to you. Clinical interests include adjustment to transitions, identity development, self-exploration, depression, anxiety, and trauma.