Jennifer Walsh, MA, LMHC (she/her)
Assistant Director | Therapist
Jennifer Walsh is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) who works with adults (18+) but has extensive experience working with college students in university settings. Areas of treatment interest include depression, anxiety, difficulties with regulating mood, difficulties with adjustment and transitions, disordered eating and body image issues, grief, and difficulties in interpersonal relationships and family of origin issues.
Jen aims for therapy to be a collaborative process where you feel safe, understood, challenged and supported. Jen’s interpersonal style is warm, casual, sometimes irreverent, but always considerate of your needs and experiences in the moment.
Jen primarily uses a blend of psychodynamic, interpersonal, and cognitive behavioral therapies (especially DBT) to help understand how early relationships and experiences inform current behavior patterns, and find ways to shift patterns of behavior to increase functioning and life satisfaction. Jen also considers the importance of race, gender, sexuality, body size and other identities to ensure that the full spectrum of your experience informs treatment choices, especially for her BIPOC and LGBTQIA clients.
Outside of the therapy room, Jen enjoys playing games with friends, doing escape rooms, and watching low-grade horror movies. She also spends a lot of time with her cat, Smidgen, and snorkeling in Florida with family when she can.
Jen is in-network with Anthem/BCBS and Purdue UHCSR.