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Jennifer Young

6 Rydal Close , Camberley- GU15 1SW
Surrey , United Kingdom  United Kingdom


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Jennifer is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice in the Tampa Bay Area.  She holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology (University of South Florida) and a Masters Degree in Clinical Counseling (Troy University-Tampa Bay).  Her focus of study has been trauma and gentle healing techniques with a focus on women's issues and empowerment.

Jennifer began working with single parents over eighteen years ago helping them to achieve employment and education goals through empowerment and exploration of self-direction.  During that time Jennifer dedicated herself to the prevention of domestic violence.  This focus allowed for the development of a philosophy that included building strength through knowledge and personal power.  Jennifer believes that there are four areas to examine which will lead to development of inner strength-security, empowerment, love and freedom or S.E.L.F.  Through a deep examination and development of these areas we can be our true and strong selves.

Jennifer began her private practice in 2009 and that same year took a position as a coach for the Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education.  With continued focus on healing, Jennifer works with anyone seeking to disengage from a dangerous relationship, heal from traumatic events, or make life changes that are based on building inner strength.

Jennifer’s belief about healing and change can be summarized in the words of Anais Nin: “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”.Jennifer has worked as a social worker, foster parent and as a volunteer legal advocate for victims of violence.  She is currently a member of the Pinellas County Fatality Review Team, member of the Suncoast Mental Health Counseling Association and a contributing writer for her private practice located in Largo, Florida and through her work as a therapist for The Institute, Jennifer hopes to continue to help women use their inner light and strength to embrace the process of gentle healing.

Additional Information

Power positions are all around us, from police officers like Drew Peterson, in the military, to elected government officials and white collar executives and those sitting in the board rooms of powerful corporations. Often these people are not quite what they seem, wearing a mask for the public to see, yet something totally different on the inside. They portray themselves to the public as having empathy, charm, and charisma, but their controlling ways and harmful thoughts are just below the surface.

Down through history we’ve seen many examples of the manifestation of their evils, some very blatant, but many continue to wield their power quietly under the radar. So, what makes them tick and how do they get into these positions of power? Why are we not seeing the red flags and warning signs before putting our trust in those who will ultimately destroy.

Back to Drew Peterson, recently convicted for the murder of third wife Kathleen Savio, and whose fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, has been missing for five years, they have no problem moving from one relationship to another, escalating their destructive ways and leaving chaos, and sometimes murder, in their paths. As a result of this case, Susan Murphy Milano developed the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit, allowing victims of abuse to circumvent most hearsay laws and record a testimonial affidavit in the event something bad happens to them.

While we will not see this happen on a widespread level, we can help those caught under the thumb of a power hungry and controlling partner to safely escape their pathological love relationships.Jennifer Young, LMHC and Director of Survivor services for The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction will discuss the enigma of white collar psychopathy and how so many reach powerful positions undetected.


I provide one-to-one counseling in my office where I can help you learn to manage your symptoms that may include depression, anger, sadness, anxiety or fear. I can help with many issues including trauma, eating disorders and relationships changes.

As we begin to work together I will help you develop new coping skills to manage your symptoms. I will also focus on the gentle processing of trauma including relaxation techniques. I also can assist with issues related to gender identity, LGBT issues and substance abuse.

Languages Spoken

  • English

Payment Options

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Treatments For:

  • Allergy
  • Common Cold
  • Cough
  • Diabetes
  • Headache
  • Nervous System Diseases
  • Pain
  • Stress

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.

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