Jennifer Reimer, MS, AMFT, is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #115376). Jennifer works with clients and their families utilizing a strength-based, collaborative, and compassionate approach. Her methods are oriented toward exploring a person’s goals, values, and purpose to facilitate personal growth and to further develop self-authenticity. She maintains a judgement-free space to support clients in finding solutions to their problems and believes in empowering clients to become their biggest advocates.
Jennifer earned her Master’s degree in Psychology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in June 2019 and previously obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UC San Diego in 2014. Throughout her Master’s program, Jennifer worked in Cal Poly’s school based clinic primarily supporting college-age students and facilitating Coping with Hearing Voices groups. During her internship, Jennifer worked at a volunteer Hospice providing grief therapy to adults, teens, couples, and children to address complicated bereavement such as loss due to suicide, learning to live with an acquired disability (such as traumatic brain injury), and supporting individuals to come to terms with anticipated deaths. She co-facilitated groups including general bereavement, child loss, suicide bereavement, and a teen group. After completing school, Jennifer worked at a community agency where she provided intensive in-home therapy to children and young adults in order to prevent removal from their bio or foster homes. She provided strengths-based, trauma informed care to individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, homelessness, adjustment disorders, and substance abuse while supporting families to enhance safety and wellbeing. As an LGBTQ+ ally, Jennifer strives to provide a safe space for those who identify as gay, queer, trans and/or gender non-conforming. Jennifer is under the clinical supervision of Soojin Falkner, LMFT #97800.