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Jasmine Cobb

"I believe grievers deserve a space where we can be fully embraced and validated in the raw and unruly, yet real and authentic experience of grief. 

To thine own grief be true! Go ahead, give yourself permission to Grieve Out Loud!"


Jasmine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Texas and Certified Grief Counseling Specialist. She received her Master's of Social work degree from Stephen F. Austin State University where she is also currently a Doctorate of Social Work candidate. Jasmine is a grief and trauma therapist trained in Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy (PGDT), Trauma- Focused CBT (TF- CBT), Brainspotting (BSP), Pet Loss Grief and short- term therapy Solution- Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). She primarily works with adults who have experienced cumulative trauma and grief, experience grief related anxiety, depression, and life transitions. People often seek our services for support for common issues such as: feeling "unable to say goodbye the way they had wanted", "not being physically present when their loved one died", "a lack of support from friends, family or other professionals", and "social isolation and loneliness". Jasmine's goal is to provide a space to honor your grief because your grief matters.

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I'd like to share

my connection with grief...

I am aware of the ups and downs of this journey firsthand from my own personal experience. In 2020 I suffered two significant losses back-to-back in the midst. With the help of my therapist and a few other special supporters, I decided to face grief head-on even when it felt like giving up would be easier. Dealing with grief can be difficult even for us as mental health professionals because we’re human too.


I know this pain so well, and I am honored to be present with those who are open to receiving  support and those who desire to grow through this awfully painful experience. When you commit to growing through the pain and struggles of grief and life itself, with the right kind of support, seeds of hope are planted. How you feel and how you react to the pain can eventually begin to improve and it continues to get that much easier every time the strong waves of grief come rushing in.

I am often sought out by various organizations in the greater community for the passion and drive I have toward providing education on topics centered on grief and mental health. I wholeheartedly believe you have the strength not only to survive, but to truly thrive. 

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Also the Author Of


GRIEVE: Different, Better, More!

Grab my 2-n-1 self-help book + workbook

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"I enjoyed reading this book. It's incredibly informative.. it helped me form a more complete picture about what myself and others experience as we grieve. By the end of the book I was motivated to learn more and I'm anticipating more content from Jasmine!"
“We knew Jasmine had a heart of gold the first time we met her!"
"It's precise, very helpful and easy to apply! I couldn't put it down. Every paragraph spoke the truth to my heart. Very well done! Loved the wisdom shared and most importantly vulnerability with personal experience! Very powerful and brave work! "
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