“Not everything that is faced can change, but nothing can change until it is faced.” ~James Baldwin
Jennifer graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Communications where the focus of her study was on gender and race in the media. In the past, Jennifer has worked in the film industry, owned her own business, and worked as a professional photographer. Her decision to attend the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Mount Mercy University is a lifelong dream.
Jennifer believes that everyone deserves respect, dignity, and kindness. As a student therapist, she intends to create collaborative relationships with her clients to help them attain their therapeutic goals in an authentic and meaningful way. She hopes to empower individuals, couples, and families by creating a safe and healing space where we can explore everyone’s own unique path. Jennifer strives to practice with cultural humility, and she understands the importance of how gender, race, sexuality, disability, and other factors influence how we engage with life’s challenges.
In her free time, Jennifer enjoys photography, hiking, reading, cooking, dancing, and live music, traveling and spending time with her family.
LGBTQIA + Community
Teens & Young Adults
Individual, Couples, and Families