MA, LPCA, NCC
Jennifer’s therapeutic lens is centered in the theory of Relational Psychodynamic Counseling. This theory states that a positive and perhaps corrective relationship with a therapist can have a positive impact on how one views himself internally as well as in relationship with others. Jennifer uses concepts from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Jennifer works mainly out of the Jacksonville office and the Wilmington office if requested.
Posts by Jennifer . . .
Thirty women assembled for the first meeting of small group I was helping facilitate; the crowd was comprised of singles, wives, and moms, ages 25-55, of various backgrounds. Before each person was a sticky note and a pen. We instructed the women to...
Sometimes the busyness and the struggles in this life cause us to feel paralyzed. We feel so overwhelmed that we don’t feel like ourselves. Anxiety or depression come in and we feel constantly on edge or in a state of despair. Maybe we feel like there is...