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About: Jennifer Rego, LICSW

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Areas of Expertise:
  • Eating Disorders

  • Body Image Work


  • Trauma

  • Adults & Adolescents 15+

  • Couples & Complex Relationships

  • Healing Movement 

  • Family Therapy

  • Relationships & Family Dynamics

  • Sand Tray Therapy

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Middle Age, Major Transitions, Changes

  • Chronic Pain & Chronic Illness

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • CBT & Mindfulness

  • Crisis Intervention & Assessment

Jen is a private licensed psychotherapist, clinical supervisor & workshop facilitator with over 16 years of experience in the mental health field. Prior to opening her own private practice in 2015, she practiced providing consultation, assessment and treatment in various ambulatory, outpatient and clinical settings. Jen has had years of training in, LBGTQAI+ issues, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, treating eating disorders and acute crisis mental health. She has spent many years educating others on important topics in mental health.

In private practice, she provides individual and family counseling, clinical supervision and has facilitated various workshops in the community with other multi-disciplinary professional providers. Jen loves to provide education and gives talks in the community by request particularly to those who need guidance and support.

Jen strongly believes in supporting healthy development of people’s self-concepts and helps those she serves to become advocates in their own lives. Jen is passionate about creating positive body image among the gender spectrum, identities and ages to help to access one’s inner strengths especially in the LBGTQAI+ community.


Jen believes that positive body image comes from joyful movement and compassion-based care towards oneself. She focuses on the whole person and how they want to collaborate on their lives with loving support. She puts her heart into any project professionally as she continues to strive for positive therapeutic interventions that promote advocacy in mental health.

In therapy or working together, you can expect a deep respect, collaboration and teamwork approach. You can also expect laughter and your needs valued and prioritized!



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