Jenna Holden, PsyD, LMFT, MS
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Doctor of Psychology

Individual Counseling

I guide my clients through the necessary changes to improve their mental clarity and quality of life. Although each person is different, many find they are better able to understand themselves, set and attain goals, see their way through obstacles, improve their relationships, and develop more adaptive emotional responses for life's challenges. I also offer EMDR therapy to address a number of presenting problems (for more information about EMDR, please see the About page).

$200 for 50 minutes

Couples Counseling

One of the most damaging traumas a person can experience is the violation of human connection. Understanding our patterns and repairing our relationships can lead to leaps and bounds in our interpersonal connections and our own personal growth. When we feel understood by our partner and can count on them to respond to our needs, we create a healing connectedness and necessary sense of safety and security. 

$225 for 50 minutes

Family Counseling

Balancing the intricacies of family dynamics can be difficult, especially on top of life's ongoing pressures. Family sessions help each member to be heard and understood, while refining communication and conflict resolution skills to improve the functioning of the family and the home environment.

$225 for 50 minutes

“The greatest gift a parent has to give a child—and a lover has to give a lover—is emotionally attuned attention and timely responsiveness.”      
-Dr. Sue Johnson
Prices subject to change.

I do not currently accept insurance. However, if you currently have a PPO health insurance plan, your carrier may reimburse you at their out-of-network rate. Payment for services is required in full at each session. I can provide you with a monthly claim form that you may submit to your insurance carrier for possible reimbursement. Please call your carrier directly to inquire about the extent and limits of coverage for your particular plan and needs prior to session.

Questions you might ask may include, but are not limited to:

   What is my coverage for outpatient mental health?

   What is the reimbursement rate for an out-of-network provider?

   How many sessions are covered per calendar year?

   What is my deductible and how much has been met?

   Is EMDR covered?

On the fence about starting therapy?

One of the things I hear most from my clients is, "I wish I had started sooner." Now, I don't say this so people start "should-ing" on themselves (I should have started sooner, I should have done this or that...). There are so many reasons why we hesitate to commit to therapy: lack of time, finances, skepticism, fear---fear of change, fear of judgment (from the therapist or those around us), fear of facing the parts of ourselves we may have chosen to overlook, fear of emotional pain---and all of these concerns are valid! But prioritizing our mental health is so important. We are worth the weekly time, and the cost (there are options for all budgets, I understand therapy can be expensive), we wonder if life can really be different from all we have known, and yes, therapy can touch on some painful parts of ourselves, both past and present. But your therapist is an ally and support to guide you towards healing. Your therapist will not judge you, or the parts that you may judge, yourself. Participating in therapy is not a sign of weakness, or being flawed, or admitting that there is "something wrong with you;" quite the opposite. Therapy is a commitment to ourselves to change the things that simply don't work for us anymore. Therapy is the place to heal the wounded parts of us with someone who can understand and sit with us in these painful moments. It is never too late to start therapy, to start healing, to make some changes, to want to feel better, to do things differently, to see things differently. Whatever your goals for therapy may be, reach out and ask whatever questions you have, talk about your fears and concerns, and I will be happy to answer your questions and find the best therapeutic solution, even if that is how to search for another therapist that better meets your needs. Connecting with your therapist is important! Call around and just chat for a few minutes. You have nothing to lose, and so much to gain.

Good Faith Estimate

Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, health care providers and health care facilities are required to inform individuals who are not enrolled in an insurance plan or coverage or a Federal health care program, or not seeking to file a claim with their plan or coverage, a Good Faith Estimate of expected charges, both orally and in writing or upon request or at the time of scheduling health care services.