For nearly 20 years, I have been working with individuals and families. My clinical practice opened in 2002 and serves children, adolescents, individual adults, couples, and families. The completion of my doctorate, at Colorado State University, focused on family development and counseling. I also possess a master’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies and was trained as a Marriage and Family Therapist. I am also an approved EMDR Therapy practitioner.
Much of my clinical work involves working with individuals and couples facing life transitions, including dealing with grief and loss. My professional background includes work within a variety of settings and populations, providing me in-depth perspectives and experiences. Specifically, I have previously worked with college students, providing guidance for their professional growth and development. In addition, I have worked in a medical setting, assisting individuals and couples experiencing fertility concerns. I have also spent time working with women and families who were victimized and were proceeding through the legal system. Further, I have also served as a teen mentor for a youth decision-making and leadership program. In conjunction with my private practice, I have facilitated peer support groups within the school system. Based on my professional background and training, I am experienced in working with families, couples, and individuals of various ages and am comfortable working within legal, medical, and educational settings to assist clients.
A diverse training, solid work ethic, and outstanding skills enable me to conduct “best practice” family therapy, counseling, and evaluation sessions. I am committed to creating a safe environment that honors diverse backgrounds, family forms, and experiences. Click here to learn more about my counseling services and specialties.
I place a high priority on confidentiality and on best practice. It makes sense that those seeking a therapist would want to see rankings or read reviews. However, putting client names and their comments online violates confidentiality. Usually only the positive reviews are posted, anyway. In addition, therapists who ask clients for reviews can make awkward or odd power hierarchies with their clients. To get a sense of me, I've personally developed my own website, I've posted a few resources, and I've posted an interview from 9News as well as a meditation to get through hard times. You are also welcome to contact me and speak with me via phone, which is the best way to reach me, even if you have to leave a message.
Jennifer Moné, Ph.D., PLLC ● 1776 South Jackson Street, Suite 204 ● Denver, CO 80210 ● 720-532-5600
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