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Jennifer Reynolds is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of Alabama. She is also licensed in Delaware and Georgia. She works with individuals, couples, and families. She has been practicing for over 10 years in an array of settings including, but not limited to, agency settings, in-home settings, residential treatment centers, and juvenile and adult justice settings. She has an eclectic therapeutic background that utilizes techniques from cognitive behavioral theories, client-centered theories, reality-based therapy, existential therapy, impact therapy, motivational interviewing, creative counseling theories, and psychoanalytic theories. All therapy is individualized, and the client is treated using person-centered treatment and not treatment out of a textbook. Jennifer brings her personality and authenticity to counseling so it feels genuine and most impactful for the individuals seen.
In Her Personal Life
Jennifer was born in New Jersey but shared her upbringing on the east coast and north Alabama most of her life. She uses her Jersey spunk and southern-adapted personality to enjoy life by shopping, participating in arts and crafts, and enjoying life. Jennifer has been working to complete her PhD and her dissertation topic is on emotional support animals and utilization in counseling sessions. She is active with emotional support animals and local organizations with animal-assisted therapy techniques. She is avid in working to reduce the stigma of mental illness by working with NAMI and other local mental health advocacy centers.
- Working on completion of PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, currently in the dissertation process at Walden University
- Education Specialist Degree in Community Agency Counseling from Jacksonville State University
- Master of Science in Community Agency Counseling from Jacksonville State University
- Bachelor’s degree (double major) in Psychology & Sociology from Athens State University
- Professor of Sociology and Psychology undergraduate classes (University of Phoenix)
- Community mental health centers
- Residential treatment (juvenile sex offenders, adolescent males and females)
- In-home counseling contracted through Department of Human Resources
- Acute hospital settings
- Correctional Facilities