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Jeni Mose

LMHC, NCC

Jeni is an energetic and humorous therapist who gets down to business in a compassionate way. Jeni believes the world will be a better place if we quit judging others and most especially, if we can quit judging ourselves.

 What She Overcame 

"Throughout my entire life, I was constantly playing as many sports as my schedule permitted. I never thought twice about it until my injuries occurred, which ultimately ended my sports career and my identity as I knew it. Throughout this tumultuous time, I was also going through several personal life transitions/crises with which I struggled to cope in a healthy manner (or in any manner, actually).

 

I didn’t know who I was or what to do without sports as my outlet. This is when I started to realize that being an athlete could not be my sole identity, nor my sole mechanism to cope. I struggled to accept my physical limitations for years. My denial was strong, and I often pushed myself to “just go for a quick run” two weeks after a major surgery. (smh!)

When my body finally said enough was enough, I crashed, quickly and deeply, with a lack of purpose, desire, or motivation. Through self-exploration and support from family, friends, and mentors, I was able to create a new identity that wasn’t just tied to my sports performance. I learned that my identity can be in flux, changing as my seasons change. My identity is based on my character as a person and the many roles I enjoy today: wife, painter, therapist, and most excitedly, as a first-time mom!"

Jeni helps...

  • Adults who struggle with dual-diagnoses such as severe mental health, personality disorders, and chemical dependencies

  • Individuals find their voice and learn how to use it

  • Individuals identify their inner child, recognizing longstanding unmet desires and needs

  • Individuals understand themselves and increase their confidence and self worth

  • Athletes transition to their off-field identities, and overcome current on-field performance barriers

  • Clients who are tired of overly rigid or academic counselors

  • Young adults trying to find their way

  • First Responders get the help they need too

She uses...

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy

  • Dialectical behavioral therapy

  • Solution-focused brief therapy

Her clients...

  • Gain insights into how their negative thinking leads to painful emotions and unhealthy behaviors

  • Increase responsibility for their own choices

  • Learn to self soothe and regulate their moods

  • Learn to love themselves for who they are

Her not-so-secret powers

  • Continually increasing her experience and knowledge in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Adventure-Based Therapy, First Responder Therapy, and Sports Psychology

  • Her contagious sense of humor lightens dark moments when clients dig into painful core issues

When Jeni is not working, she is loving being a mommy to her adventurous toddler son Lincoln. She also loves kayaking with her husband, reading psychological thrillers (she does have a Master's in Forensic Psychology), being outside in any capacity with her family, and playing with Lincoln’s older spastic fursiblings, Emma and Ollie.

“Jeni is a queen, so therefore all other employees must be queens.”

 Define your identity with Jeni