Individual Healing in a Connected Community

If you’re ready to create healthier relationships with yourself and others, True Pathways is here to help with a proven process of online education, group support and individual healing.

If your relationships suffer from any of these signs, your path to healing starts today.

We get it. We’ve been there. You may not even know what you really want anymore. That’s okay. 

But if feeling trapped and lonely is starting to feel normal, that’s not okay.

We’ll start your healing from wherever you are with a free talk.

Healing is a journey. Every journey has a story. This is ours.

Our story isn’t unique. It’s about past woundings  that we brought into our present relationships. It’s about childhood attachment ruptures, traumatic experiences, unresolved grief, unrealistic expectations, and lost self-confidence. But it’s also about unburdening ourselves of false beliefs and finding the truth of who we really are and what we really want.

Boundaries in Marriage - John

“While I was in active addiction I hated it when my wife stopped rescuing me from my own misery and self-loathing and began setting healthy boundaries with my selfish and verbally abusive behaviors. Fortunately, her boundaries are what led me to residential treatment. We’ve both learned to appreciate the paradox that being close requires the ability to be separate. We have a deep, mutual respect for one another and our marriage has been blissful for the past eight years!”

Family Disease of Addiction - Carron

“I always looked forward to Jacquie’s groups while I was in residential treatment for addiction. Her groups were the ones I never wanted to miss because they were so interesting, engaging and relevant to my own life and relationships. I learned so much about myself and my self confidence has improved significantly! Unfortunately, it’s still difficult because I’m the only one who is changing in my family. I wish my family could have received and embraced the same education and awareness I received because when we know better, we do better.”

Boundaries and Christian Faith - Christy

“As a Christian, I once believed it was my responsibility to help others make good choices, including my own husband. I’ve learned that it’s not my job to be the Holy Spirit in the lives of other people. My marriage still isn’t what I’d like it to be because only one of us is changing, but I’ve learned that I can only make choices for myself and I choose to serve Jesus. Other people’s choices are their responsibility. My worrying over them distracts me from being fully used by God. It’s not my responsibility to save people. That’s between God and each person’s individual choice. My choice is to live for Christ.”
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STEP ONE

Schedule your free consult.

In order to develop a personalized approach, we must first understand what you are truly wanting and needing (don’t worry, we can help you with that).
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STEP TWO

Develop your guided growth plan.

Collaborate with us to discover which services and resources will be most beneficial to help you achieve what you want and need.
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STEP THREE

Find the freedom that you want.

Implement your plan to increase your self-confidence and improve your relationships so you can stop just existing and start living.

Meet Jacquie

Jacquie grew up in metro Atlanta and began a second-career as a therapist after spending 10 years in the Air Force. Her military years were spent as an aircrew member traveling around the world, instructing other aircrew members and earning a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Oklahoma. She settled in Mississippi after marrying her husband in 2003. Jacquie’s pursuit of a career as a therapist began as a result of personal life experiences. She is an Adult Child of an Alcoholic (ACA) and the wife of a pilot who began his journey of long-term recovery from alcoholism in 2013. These experiences with trauma, addiction and codependency have fueled her passion for what she does now. Her drive and dedication to help others heal from the emotional pain that underlies addiction, as well as to help families who have been affected by addiction, is her personal calling.
After a decade of marriage, Jacquie and her husband began a long 2-year journey of healing childhood traumas and recovering from addiction and codependency in their marriage. She returned to school in 2015 and graduated in 2018 with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. She has since worked in a church environment and in a residential treatment center. She is now in private practice in Ridgeland, Mississippi. She specializes in treating trauma and codependency recovery. She has received extensive training and is certified in Internal Family Systems (IFS), which is her preferred approach to trauma treatment. While IFS is her primary modality, she has been trained in many other approaches and often integrates them with IFS. Her supplemental approaches include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Integration Training (AAIT), brainspotting, mindfulness and experiential methods. She has authored multiple educational curriculums for codependency, trauma, and IFS instruction. She is also a codependency coach and has completed the ICF Approved Coaching Specific Training Hours (ACSTH) through MMS Worldwide Institute. Jacquie’s husband, John, is still a pilot but is also actively pursuing a master’s degree in drug and alcohol counseling. Together they hope to help others move beyond sobriety and into the deeper healing of family recovery that they have discovered for themselves. John and Jacquie have been married for almost 20 years and have two well-adjusted teenagers, Jack and Gracie, and a Pomeranian named Cosmo.

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