Jennifer received her doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology from The University of Akron, in Akron, Ohio. Jennifer enjoys working with students to foster a better understanding of themselves, others, and their relationships. In addition to individual work with clients, Jennifer is also passionate about group work and the powerful change that can happen in the space of relationships. Jennifer coordinates the groups program at CAPS and strives to facilitate an inclusive and safe environment in which students can take risks and grow. While Acceptance and Commitment Therapy guides much of her work, Jennifer also incorporates elements of developmental, psychodynamic, and interpersonal process-based theories. As a supervisor, Jennifer strives to support trainees in radically becoming themselves as therapists, helping them find and leverage their own voice in their clinical work. In her personal life, Jennifer loves to be outside, especially hiking and exploring on the North Shore of Lake Superior or cultivating joy in her flower garden. She is an avid reader, often in the middle of two books at once, and enjoys spending time with friends and family. Jennifer also loves to watch her children grow and strives to share her joy and curiosity with her two girls as they adventure through life.