Jennifer Gotts is a fully licensed School Psychologist and Limited Licensed Psychologist providing psycho-therapeutic interventions and assessments to children, adolescents, and adults. Jennifer’s training includes a Masters degree in School and Community Psychology with an Advanced Graduate Certification in School Psychology from Wayne State University. Presently she holds a Limited License in Psychology and also is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Her background with children and within the school system provides helpful tools and information regarding appropriate psycho-educational interventions, assessments and insight into the special education process.
Creating a therapeutic experience is essential for growth. It is Jennifer’s goal to have a collaborative relationship with her clients in order to create treatment goals together in a safe, non-judgmental way. Incorporating a holistic approach in order to facilitate progress toward a healthy social emotional lifestyle and overall well being is what is most important. It helps us to gain insight into how thoughts and feelings impact behaviors. Working together with her clients, families, healthcare providers and schools provides the most effective support for issues such as; problematic behaviors, anxious and depressive feelings, coping and social skills as well as parent guidance and training. Jennifer can be a very helpful resource in assisting parents with parenting techniques and ways to improve relationships and behaviors.
Jennifer’s therapy approach is primarily behaviorally based but is of an eclectic style, meaning that she incorporates a variety of therapeutic principles and philosophies in order to create the ideal treatment program. Everyone is unique in their experiences as well as their feelings regarding those experiences. Working together with her clients to meet their specific needs is the primary goal.
Jennifer has extensive knowledge and experience with psychological assessments. Through assessments clients can obtain information regarding how they learn and process information. That knowledge is essential when working to identify and target specific, individualized brain based interventions and obtain necessary community services.
Initial session – $195 | Per session – $150