Jennifer Shonkwiler, LPC-Associate Supervised by Brandi Smith, LPC-S

Rate: $75
Locations: Arlington & Online

Have you been struggling with worry and fear? Do you feel like stress is getting the best of you? Have you been experiencing a lack of motivation? Feeling down and depressed? Jennifer is here to help. In her sessions, she will work with you to find strength to overcome your battles with anxiety, stress, and depression.

Jennifer specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma, low self-esteem, and other mental health issues. She uses mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help people lower symptoms of anxiety and depression. Jennifer often uses breathing techniques and mindfulness to help people become aware of the present moment. She recognizes that most worries and fears come from irrational thoughts and fear of the future. It is her goal to help people get back on track and thinking in a rational and positive way.

Jennifer and her family spent several years in Arizona where she finished her Masters Degree in Professional Counseling at Grand Canyon University. She and her family now reside in Texas, which is her home state. Jennifer is a wife to a veteran, mother of 3, and lover of people. Her early work experiences include teaching elementary school grades and counseling in various settings. As you get to know Jennifer, you will realize that she loves helping people and desires to see her clients succeed.

Jennifer wants you to know:

  • You can overcome what life throws at you.
  • There is a light that shines in all of us that gives us the strength to move forward.
  • Though you may stumble, the key is to get back up and keep going.
  • You can never stop growing.
  • You are in control.

Ready to make a change? Schedule an appointment today.

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