APC, MACMHC, NCC
...and learn more about her perspective
“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.”
JENNY'S UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE...
We all find ourselves in seasons where life feels overwhelming and confusing. Often, we are left to our own devices to process and navigate what’s behind and before us. As a counselor, Jenny desires to come alongside her clients and create a safe place to process these moments in life. She sees her client’s story as one of the most powerful tools in the therapeutic process. She believes that as we come to understand and accept our unique story that we will be able to move forward to live the life longed for.
Jenny has experience working with diverse groups of people in the private practice setting as well as inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care. Prior to becoming a counselor, Jenny worked in the education field as an elementary school teacher.
Jenny’s goal is to connect and create a safe place for each individual seeking care. Jenny is passionate about working women of all ages with concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, body image concerns, career, and relationship concerns. She is also passionate about offering care to individuals caring for a family member experiencing severe mental illness. She desires to create a safe place for individuals and family members to process and receive support and care in the midst of chaotic and stressful seasons.
Reaching out and asking for care is one of the bravest things you can do. Jenny would be honored to come alongside you on your journey to wholeness.
Jenny offers individual and group therapy. She is currently accepting clients for a virtual adult grief support group.
M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Richmont Graduate University
M.A., Special Education
University of Florida
B.A., Elementary Education
University of Florida
AREAS OF FOCUS:
Grief and Loss
Body Image Issues
Personal Growth and Self-Awareness
Family of Origin Issues
Relationships and Boundaries
Jenny is under the supervision of Dr. Keith Myers, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS (LPC006311)