Jennifer Mewhinney, LPCC-S
Jennifer graduated from Ohio University majoring in Psychology and from Kent State’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s Degree program. Jennifer is currently a licensed professional clinical counselor with supervisory designation. She finds supervising trainees in mental health disciplines to be a rewarding experience that inspires her to continually advance her own knowledge in the field. Jennifer has done extensive research in sexual assault survivors during her education and training. She has several years of experience working in the mental health field with children, adolescents, and adults. She offers services individually or as a family unit. Jennifer’s areas of clinical interests that she specializes include: anxiety, depression, bipolar, sexual abuse/trauma related concerns, relationship conflict, infertility, identity exploration, self-esteem, ADHD/children’s behavioral concerns, family dynamics, and co-parenting styles. Jennifer’s approach is to provide a comfortable and supportive environment to meet each of her client's individual needs in order to help them attain personal growth. She believes that lasting change comes from self-awareness and self-compassion, which is enhanced through a collaborative therapeutic working relationship that promotes empowerment.