Jennifer received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Master’s Degree in Special Education & Vocational Rehabilitation, and her Mild/Moderate Teacher Endorsement from Utah State University. She is recently obtained her Ph.D. in School/Clinical Psychology from Walden University. She is a Certified School Psychologist, Level II Special Education Teacher, and Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor.
Jennifer has experience implementing behavior units, providing psychological testing and interpretation, training of teachers, implementation and management of behavior plans, implementation of school wide bullying programs, teaching students with a variety of different disabilities, and is a Certified Mandt Instructor.
Jennifer has been with Sutton Clinical Services for the past 6 years and during that time has worked with many children and families in need. She currently provides individual and family counseling to a wide range of individuals struggling with mental health concerns. She also completes psychological testing and provides recommendations to schools as well as the family court systems to help in providing services to the children that best meets their needs.
Jennifer is proficient in Cognitve Behavioral Therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, applied behavior analysis, psychological testing and interpretation as well as neurofeedback.
Jennifer has a strong belief that education, understanding and passion is the key to success in any field.