Life's difficult experiences can leave lasting imprints on your mind and body. Over time, those imprints can evolve into anxiety, depression, relationship problems, disturbed sleep, addiction, chronic pain, autoimmune disease, or general discontent. Jen takes a holistic approach that blends psychotherapy and yoga therapy to address the intricate relationship between mental and physical wellbeing.
Jen combines evidence-based therapeutic techniques with transformative practices drawn from yoga and Ayurveda. Her integrated approach empowers clients to navigate their internal landscapes with compassion, fostering a deeper understanding of emotions, behaviors, and thought patterns. Her empathetic and direct style of therapy draws from psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches, offering clients a diverse toolbox for personal growth and self-discovery.
Jen works with adults 21 and older. She understands that her relationship with her clients is at the heart of the healing process so she strives to create a safe, welcoming, and empathetic environment where clients feel not only seen and heard but also empowered to explore new ways of thinking and feeling. She is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT) and Ayurvedic yoga specialist (AYS) who is currently pursuing her MA in Counseling Psychology. She currently works as a professional counseling intern under the licensed supervision of Kate West, MSW, LICSW.