We all crave to be known, loved, and valued. Often unplanned life events can disrupt our path and we find ourselves in need of a transition or already in transition that is difficult to navigate. These transitions can include many things such as a change in life stage from adolescent to emerging adult, decisions on career, sexuality and identity, grief and loss, parenthood and relationships. In these transitions, we sometimes attach labels that can become debilitating, shameful, and leave us feeling lost as we navigate our path coming back to our true selves.
In a safe space, we can unravel the lies of isolation, shame, and our interpretations of the outside world so that we can move forward and live our best life. In addition to creating a safe space, I can provide tools to strengthen your own resiliency as you handle all of life’s stressors and the harmful narratives of self that may come with them. Together, we can mend feelings of brokenness and co-create wholeness.
The safe space that I offer is for all regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or identity, religion, or ability.
Jennifer earned her B.A. in psychology from Chapman University and went onto receive a master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University. She is a registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern as well as a Professional Clinical Counselor Intern.
Jennifer’s diverse clinical experience has been with adolescents, emerging adults, women, and families dealing with addiction, trauma, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. Jennifer is passionate about healing for women in grief and loss of infertility, trying to conceive, or postpartum.
Jennifer Hershey is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern #89496 and Professional Clinical Counselor Intern #2476 under the supervision of Curtis Miller, PsyD, DMin, LMFT #31636.