Jennifer Reisberg, MA, LMHCA
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ○ Phone: (206) 486-0107
Before coming to Seattle, I was the clinical team leader of an inpatient drug and alcohol treatment center for adults in Philadelphia, PA. I moved to Seattle to pursue my graduate training and earned a Master's degree in Existential-Phenomenological Psychology from Seattle University, where I now also teach psychology courses. I spent a couple of years in a community mental health setting where I worked with teenagers and adults in individual psychotherapy. In addition to practicing therapy and teaching, I am also a researcher who is involved in projects that seek to offer a better understanding of different parts of the human experience. Right now, I'm working on a project exploring the experience of envy.
Throughout my education, training, and work with a wide range of clients, I have become especially interested and experienced in:
Helping clients to work through trauma
Anxiety-related issues like panic attacks, trouble sleeping or concentrating, etc.
Dealing with violence and bullying
Managing academic pressure
Gender and sexual identity
Helping with transitions (e,g, the transition from middle to high school, or high school to college)
Problems with body image and eating
Depression and its many manifestations: isolation, lack of motivation, hopelessness