“It is truly amazing to witness an individual connect their experience with their emotions and begin a new journey with recovery” – Jennifer Worley, LMFT
Jennifer entered the behavioral health field in 2004, includes working with individuals and their families with spectrum disorders, mood and personality disorders, psychotic disorders, and substance abuse. Her roles have included implementing direct intervention with clients, case supervision, individualized programming, parent training, family and conjoint therapy, and program development in the settings of detox, residential, and outpatient treatment. Jennifer has spent significant time in her career in the Mental Health Residential treatment setting supporting clients taking back their lives and reintegrating into daily living skills and interpersonal connections.
Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State University, East Bay. Her passion for working with families, individuals, and couples led her to her master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine University. Jennifer truly enjoys working with her clients to facilitate a safe and open environment for change and growth.