M.A., Counseling Psychology, Certified Psychedelic Facilitator through Soundmind in Phila.
Jennifer is an experienced mindfulness-based psychotherapist. She holds
a Master’s degree from Delaware Valley University in Counseling
Psychology, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from
Temple University. Jennifer is a certified sexual assault counselor, an
experienced certified yoga therapist, and a certified yoga and Pilates
instructor. Jennifer has completed post graduate training with
Soundmind Institute in Philadelphia as a certified Psychedelic
Facilitator. She offers an array of therapeutic techniques which include:
Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical
Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
strategies and trauma informed yoga therapy. Jennifer’s therapeutic
approach encompasses the integration of therapy, yoga, breath work and
mindfulness and includes a blend of therapeutic modalities such as
somatic experiencing, attachment theory, psychodynamic, and Hakomi.
“ I see counseling as a safe and therapeutic relationship. My approach
is a blend of both clinical and alternative therapies designed to meet the
needs of each individual. The goal is for you to gain insight and clarity
into your thoughts and feelings in a supportive and encouraging
relationship as we uncover new paths to your personal healing and
transformation. I believe we all carry inner wisdom, and when we start
quieting our minds and listening to our bodies the wisdom can then be
Jennifer has experience in treating trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, bipolar
disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, women’s issues, family
conflict, sexual and gender identity issues, grief, behavioral issues and
life transitions. Jennifer has a deep understanding of how trauma shows
up in the body, and continues her personal practices to deepen her own
understanding of self, consciousness, and collective healing.
On each of the therapists’ bios appears an hourly fee. To estimate the costs of treatment you can multiply that fee by the number of hours outlined in the treatment options listed below.
Please note, many people do a variation of these treatment offerings over the course of their healing journey:
• 3hour in person Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy Session: You work with the therapist in person at the Ko-Op (1625 South Street).• 1-3 hour Virtual Ketamine Session: You and your therapist decide what length of time you will meet online as part of your medicine session, and you’re only billed for that time. • At home medicine and the support of an individual therapist: You administer the medicine at home, on your own, in safe setting, and then meet with your therapist (in person or virtually) for Integration Sessions (50 min processing sessions) 1-4 times a month.
• At home medicine and the support of the Integration Group: You administer your medicine at home, on your own, in a safe setting, and then attend a biweekly virtual Psychedelic Psychotherapy processing group led by a therapist. .