Jennifer Seip, MA
Jennifer Seip, MA
|Professions: Counselling, Marriage & Family Therapy|
|License Status: I'm a therapist practicing under supervision|
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There is a moment in time when someone makes the decision to ask for help. Usually, it is accompanied by anxiety, feeling stuck, panic, or sadness. We all experience this, but it's the decision to reach out that makes all the difference. Searching for a therapist can feel overwhelming so here are a few things that might help you get to know me.
As a therapist, I believe in being genuine and present at all times so that I can learn your strengths and tailor my approach to meet your goals. I specialize in working with couples and individuals in their 20's and 30's, who are creative and open-minded. Whether you are facing relationship difficulties, wanting to overcome a sexual dysfunction, or dealing with anxiety related to life's challenges, I use an empathetic, caring and sex-positive approach.
Email or Call Jennifer Seip, MA at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 24508
More Info About My Practice
Some common challenges I deal with include but are not limited to, affairs, emotional regulation, sexual dysfunction and health, female pelvic pain disorders, anger management, premarital counseling, attachment, self-esteem, divorce, anxiety, life transitions, stress, trust difficulties, communication, and much more.
I hold a bachelor's degree from Purdue University, and Master's from the College of New Jersey in Marriage, Family, and Couples Therapy. I'm currently completing my certification in Sex Therapy with The American Association for Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists.
Important Factors for Choosing a Therapist
It is important to choose a therapist who you believe will be the best fit for you. This is your time and your life, so it is important to have a voice. I like to keep conversation open and safe so that clients can feel free to discuss any thoughts they may have about my approach. This way, adjustments can be made so that you can get the best from your experience.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Therapy definitely has its negative connotations. Even someone who looks like they have their life completely together could have seen or maybe is currently seeing a therapist. Talking to a therapist does not mean that you have a problem or are weak. On the contrary, you are strong. It means that you are strong enough to reach out and speak to someone who you don't know. It means that you are facing things that at one point, could not be faced. It means that you are doing something to make your life better.
Services I Provide
- Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
Ages I Work With
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