Jennifer Bradt, LPC
Jennifer is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional who offers counseling services based on a growth-oriented model to children ages 6-18, parents, families, couples and individual adults who are looking to experience change in their lives. She is a nationally certified counselor who has worked in a variety of settings including elementary, middle and high schools as well as two universities. In addition, she has worked with women and children whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence. Jennifer is also an engaging and informative public speaker who has spoken on topics such as resilience, grief, forgiveness, stress management, chronic illness, shame, suicide, marriage, parenting and emotional intelligence. Jennifer is certified to utilize the EQi 2.0 and the EQ 360 assessments of emotional intelligence in both counseling and corporate environments.
Throughout her career, Jennifer has had a passion for helping people reconcile grief and loss in their lives. This is never more true than for survivors of trauma. Jennifer chose to specialize in treating trauma as she believes so many of us are survivors. When we experience trauma we often become disconnected from our bodies and remain stuck in our survival emotions of fear, panic and rage. Through a somatic experiencing approach Jennifer guides clients to reconnect with their bodies in a loving and gentle manner and develop a new relationship both with themselves and with their stories.
Through her faith, education, professional training and experience as a wife and mom, Jennifer is able to connect with her clients and offer effective, individualized solutions which instill hope and encourage positive change. Jennifer resides in Frisco, TX with her husband and children.
Therapeutic Specialties: Trauma, Grief and Loss, Life transition, Forgiveness, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Parenting and Women’s issues