Jennifer takes pride in creating a safe and trusting relationship with her patients so they can use our sessions to gain their fullest potential. She enjoys working together with patients and their families to ensure growth on the mutually agreed upon goals we set. In addition, she enjoys working with children, teens, and adults to support anxiety, learning difficulties, depression, and interpersonal relationship challenges. She works on relationship building through fun activities and games and teaches tools and strategies directly. This combination of modalities allows patients to leave sessions with accessible activities they can use between our meetings.
Ages Treated | Toddlers, Children, Preteens, Teens, Elders
About Jennifer Walsh
In addition to working at Courage to Connect as a staff therapist, Jennifer works in an elementary school as a social worker. Her knowledge of school systems helps inform her work with children and families. In addition, she has vast experience working on developing tools for coping with anxiety and helping to facilitate social relationships. She enjoys working with patients to meet mutually agreed-upon goals and finds pleasure in the successes we achieve as a patient/therapist team. She looks forward to meeting new patients and partnering on their journey through the therapeutic process.
University of Iowa, BA, Psychology (minor in Sociology)
Erikson Institute, MA, Child Development
Loyola University Chicago, LCSW
- Art Therapy
- Attachment-Based Therapy
- Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Play Therapy
- Solution Focused Behavioral Therapy (SFBT)
- Strength Based Therapy