Jennifer earned her Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University, and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Georgia. She obtained graduate degree specializations in psychological assessments and teaching. Jennifer has worked as an adjunct professor teaching Psychology classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has served in a wide range of clinical settings, including a detention center, a community mental health clinic, a nonprofit clinic, and private practice.
Jennifer works primarily with adolescent females, adult individuals, young professionals, and couples. She specializes in Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, Relationship Concerns, PTSD, and Sexual Abuse. She is bilingual, offering therapy in both English and Spanish. She enjoys working with clients from diverse backgrounds, demographics, and experiences.
Jennifer’s counseling approach is based on the individual’s needs and goals. She believes in creating a safe place for clients to express themselves authentically and be truly understood. Jennifer views counseling as a collaborative process and that the client is the expert of their experience. She is dedicated to providing non-judgmental and compassionate counseling where they can explore both the pleasant and unpleasant parts of life and make long-lasting changes that lead to a more fulfilling life. Jennifer’s goal is to help clients develop a healthier sense of self, cultivate healthy relationships and have an overall better quality of life.
Jennifer is currently under the supervision of Jackie Dunagan, LMFT.