Jennifer received her BA in Psychology and Philosophy with a specialization in Buddhist studies from Saint Michael's College. Since, Jennifer has pursued her interest in alternative healing modalities and meditation techniques which has taken her to India, Sri Lanka, Central America, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia. Currently, she is a Masters Candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute in their Counseling Psychology program with an emphasis in Depth Psychology. Jennifer’s orientation is informed by her experiences and research in Buddhism and mindfulness, and the depth psychological traditions. Her current training in Jungian/Archetypal-oriented therapies supports her work with students on an imaginal level, and creates therapeutic opportunities to explore what is revealed in the present moment through images, myth, dream, art, story, and metaphor. Her body-centered somatic orientation views the body as a resource in therapy that reflects and stores the living experiences of each individual. Jennifer works with students to process and embody their experiences authentically. Finally, her person-centered therapy orientation supports the uniqueness and cultural orientation of each student in the therapeutic relationship, while honoring the diversity of influence that stems from connections with friends, family, and community.
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