Jenna Chang is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has had the privilege of working with variety of populations and settings, most recently the Eisenhower Center. While at the center, she worked in a multidimensional treatment, utilizing behavioral analysis, individual and group counseling, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills training, substance abuse and trauma focused treament.
Jenna has had the privilege to work with diverse populations including students, veterans and professional athletes, domestic violence and sexual assault survivors at Safe House as well as counseling students at Eastern Michigan University College of Education.
Jenna brings passion for and dedication to her therapeutic work and clients. She treats mood and anxiety disorders, trauma and stress related concerns, eating and body image issues, anger issue, loss and grief among other concerns. She practices from a strength based, multicultural, feminist perspective, paying close attention to client’s intersecting identities. Jenna collaborates with her clients as they navigate barriers in their life and journey toward integrative healing and wellness. She utilizes Trauma Focused CBT and tools from 3rd wave/ mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapies – Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
She is a member of numerous organizations, including American Counseling Association and Pi Omega, Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society for Counselors.