Jennifer S. Kennett, MA LMHCA
Jennifer S. Kennett, MA LMHCA
|Professions: Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling|
|License Status: I'm a therapist practicing under supervision|
|Primary Credential: Mental Health Counselor Associate License - MC60321719|
Billing and Insurance
I don't currently accept insurance, but I can provide documentation if clients wish to submit to an insurance company for "out of network" benefit coverage
Fees: Individual sessions are $90 for a 50-minute session. Couples and family sessions are $140 for a 90-minute session. Prices subject to change.
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I am passionate about supporting people through life transition issues. Whether the transition is expected (leaving home, getting married, having children, etc.) or unexpected, sudden or a gradual sinking deeper into a place of pain, I aim to create a space for new possibilities. I work from a collaborative model of counseling, which means you and I will work together to identify what needs to change in your life and how you want that change to occur.
Email or Call Jennifer S. Kennett, MA LMHCA at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 21624
More Info About My Practice
I offer a 30 minute free consultation in person or over the phone. I normally have appointments available within the next seven days.
My Role as a Therapist
Counseling can be such a powerful tool for change. I see my role as a collaborator; my skill is to create a safe container in which you can explore what may be holding you back, how you want things in your life or relationships to be different or better, and what path will get you there with the most joy and authenticity. I am present as a compassionate & non-judgmental witness to your experience. I am passionate about standing along side you as you find your inner strength and resources, and move towards personal growth.
Important Factors for Choosing a Therapist
I always say to potential clients that the connection you have with a counselor is fundamental to counseling being successful. That said, there are several questions I encourage everyone ask a potential counselor.
1. Do you have experience with my particular issue?
2. Do you work with a supervisor?
3. Do you have areas of specialization? Does this include any specific certifications?
4. What do you see as my role in the counseling process?
5. What do you see as your role in the counseling process?
6. How long do you normally expect the counseling relationship to last? (3-6 months, a year, multiple years?)
7. Do you have a complaints policy?
These questions should give you a good sense of a counselor's approach to the counseling process, which will hopefully help you determine whether he or she is a good match. The most important thing to come away with from the process of interview a prospective counselor is the sense that the he or she is someone with whom you can open up and share your personal experiences with freely and safely. If after talking to them for 20-30 minutes, you do not get that sense, they are NOT the right counselor for you. Good luck in finding & building the best counseling relationship for you!
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Services I Provide
- Family Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Online Counseling / Phone Therapy
Ages I Work With
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