Jenna is a Registered Art Therapist and Resident in Counseling. She received her Masters of Art in Art Therapy from The George Washington University and has previously worked with diverse populations in acute settings including adolescents and adults with substance use disorders, eating disorders, self harm, suicidal ideation, trauma, and conduct related disorders. Jenna currently serves individuals ages 12 and up where she utilizes art making as a way to process life experiences that are difficult to verbalize. She is committed to providing trauma-responsive care that is sensitive to the cultural, identity-specific, and socioeconomic barriers that can affect treatment. She has additional expertise working with anxiety disorders, mood disorders, LGBTQIA+, and specialty training in risk assessment and sand tray therapy.
Education:George Washington University
Population Served:Adolescents, adults, LGBTQIA+, suicidality, substance use disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, severe and persistent mental illness, conduct/behavioral disorders
Training:Art therapy, risk assessment, mindfulness, family systems, trauma, cross-cultural and multicultural art therapy, sand tray, and exposure therapy
Expertise:Trauma, depression, anxiety, self harm, suicidality, and conduct related disorders, adolescents and adults, LGBTQIA+, trauma-informed art therapy