Jenna also has specialized training in health psychology and provides support for medically-related difficulties including chronic pain, insomnia, needle phobia, toileting challenges (e.g., constipation, soiling, enuresis), rumination, and coping with medical diagnoses. In addition to working with children and adolescents, Jenna also works with parents to help them learn effective strategies to support their children at home.
The interventions that Jenna offers are evidence-based and supported by current research. While her primary treatment approach is Cognitive-Behavioural, Jenna also uses a variety of other evidence-based approaches as needed (e.g., Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy). Guided by a model of family-centred care, Jenna adjusts her approach depending on each client’s unique presenting concerns, goals, and preferences.