• Jennifer Jobe, MS, LPC


    Jennifer obtained a Masters of Science in Counseling degree from Southern Methodist University. She gained initial experience working with survivors of domestic violence at Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support and volunteering as a crisis hotline specialist.

    Jennifer currently works with adults facing a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD and C-PTSD, OCD, self-harm, bipolar disorders, relationship issues, poor self-esteem, gender identity or sexual identity struggles, parenting issues, and sexual concerns.

    She also has a passion for working with individuals in the LGBTQIA+ community, those in caregiving roles, and those in recovery from addiction.

    She believes in creating a safe space for clients to explore and process their thoughts, emotions, and experiences. Jennifer’s approach is goal oriented, and compassionate yet direct.

    Jennifer utilizes various treatment modalities including CBT, DBT, ACT, mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy. She also has training in EMDR. Tailoring treatment plans to the individual needs of each client, Jennifer aims to work collaboratively with her clients.

    Jennifer also supervises practicum students, and enjoys encouraging and working with supervisees in hopes of providing a positive practicum experience.