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Dr. Jennifer Hunter

Dr. Jennifer Hunter is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with Psychotherapy Privileges. She is licensed to practice in the states of New York, New Jersey, South Carolina, Nevada, and Rhode Island. Her standing motto has always been “no situation is the same for anyone”. She takes the time to get to know her patients and adapts to their needs. The goal is to listen first and then help them identify their next steps to self-empowerment and self-discovery. Dr. Hunter believes that if she can help people overcome life’s adversities they will be that much closer to achieving and maintaining a healthier lifestyle.

Dr. Jennifer Hunter found her way into working as a therapist because she has always been passionate about uplifting and empowering the mental health community. She believes that personal transformation, strength, and resilience help many overcome harsh realities and challenges of life. She approaches her work through a client-centered and evidence-based approach to connect and build a therapeutic relationship. 

Dr. Jennifer Hunter graduated from Yeshiva University with her Masters in Social work and has over 30 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults, families, juvenile offenders, and substance abuse populations. In addition to her work as a therapist, she has provided clinical supervision to over 70 students in both the bachelor and master level programs of social work. She continues to invest in a lifelong training to enhance her knowledge base and provide the best services to her clients. In 2022 she went on to successfully earn her doctoral degree in Psychology.


Services Offered

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of working in the behavioral health field in a variety of settings and populations. My practice offers a multitude of services for individuals, couples, and families. The age range of services ranges from 15 years and older. Services are provided on the entire spectrum of mental health issues and concerns listed below but is not limited to:

Anger Management
➤ Antisocial Personality
➤ Behavioral Issues 
➤ Borderline Personality 
➤ Bipolar Disorder 
➤ Bereavement 

➤ Court Ordered Assessments
➤ Depression 
➤ Dommestic Abuse/Violence 
➤ Dissociative Disorders 
➤ Emotional Disturbance 
➤ Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
➤ Family Conflict 

➤ Peer Relationships 
➤ Psychosocial Evaluations PTSD
➤ Public Advocacy
➤ Self Esteem
➤ Substance Abuse 

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