MA in Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology/ Palo Alto University, 2013-2015

Doctoral Training in Clinical Psychology, PGSP and Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 2009-2012

Certified Adult Attachment Interview Coder, Drs. Mary Main and Erik Hesse, UC Berkeley, 2007-present

Training: The Essential Guide to the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Matrix with Benjamin Schoendorff, Director of the Contextual Psychology Institute, San Francisco, CA, March 2017.  

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee, Cañada College, Redwood City, CA, 2014-2015

Clinical Psychology Trainee, Community Health Awareness Clinic (CHAC), Mountain View, CA, 2012

Clinical Psychology Trainee, The Gronowski Center, Child and Family Clinic, Los Altos, CA, 2009-2010

Clinical Researcher, Stanford Depression Clinic, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, 2009

Clinical Researcher, Young Adults with ADHD and their Families, Institute of Human Development, UC Berkeley MTA Study, 2006-2009

Adult Attachment Institute Training, Drs. Mary Main and Erik Hesse, UC Berkeley, 2005-2007

BA in English Literature, Concentration in Psychology, cum laude, UC Berkeley, 2006


Now, as a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (IMF #91724), I'm finishing the 3,000 hours of supervised clinical work required to become licensed in the state of California. 

I am supervised by Rachel Tucker, MA, MFT #77642.

From the moment I met Jennifer I knew I was face-to-face with an exceptional person. She had a quality of presence, genuineness, and warmth that is impossible to simulate. It is through her heart and feeling function that Jennifer is able to achieve such positive outcomes. She is also well versed in the tools and methods of evidence-based therapies, such as CBT, Motivational Interviewing, ACT, and mindfulness based interventions. In the time I worked with Jennifer, I had the opportunity to witness a natural therapist and terrific colleague in action.

Dr. Stewart Kiritz, PhD, Chief Psychologist and Director of Training, CHAC
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Stanford Medical School, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
 
I felt Jenny’s warmth the moment I met her in graduate school. What Jenny says and does is with genuine care and empathy. She is attuned and patient, insightful and funny. Her calm, grounded support quiets nerves about beginning therapy. Jenny will make it easier to show up as your most honest, and sometimes, most broken self.
Going to therapy can be hard. Jenny makes it easier. With Jenny, you aren’t alone.

Samantha Smith, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
San Francisco, CA.
 
Jenny is one of the most warm and empathetic colleagues that I have. She naturally puts her clients instantly at ease and has vast experience working with a variety of concerns. She is bright, funny, and gifted at inspiring compassion in the lives she touches. I would recommend Jenny without hesitation.

Dr. Luisa Ladd, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist
Santa Cruz, CA.
 
Jenny has a natural ability to make people feel comfortable and deeply understood. She has a certain ease, gentleness, and kindness to her demeanor that makes you instantly trust her as if you’ve known her for years. Jenny’s authenticity shines through and inspires those around her to connect with the truest version of themselves and to live an authentic and meaningful life.

Dr. Kari Kagan, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist
San Francisco, CA