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Jenna Gibson

Jenna Gibson, MA (she/her)

Licensed Associate Counselor

Hailing from Ft. Lauderdale in the Sunshine State, Jenna moved to the Grand Canyon State in her late childhood. She fell in love with the beauty, diversity, and uniqueness of the Sonoran Desert, and decided to stick around Tucson for her undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona. After earning her B.S. in Neuroscience & Cognitive Science with a Minor in Spanish, she worked as a Title 36 Peer Support Specialist in Community Mental Health, facilitating Substance Use Recovery psychoeducation groups and coordinating with a care team to support patients in managing their mental health concerns.


Having completed her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northern Arizona University, Jenna is now a Licensed Associate Counselor who is passionate about working with kids, teens, and adults to navigate challenges such as interpersonal struggles, neurodiversity, depressed mood, anxiety, and low self-esteem. Adopting a trauma-informed approach with a systemic lens, Jenna integrates Gestalt, Feminist, and Mindfulness theories into her therapeutic practice and provides a safe space for self-exploration and authenticity. Additionally, she is Level I certified in the Gottman Method for couples counseling, using the Gottman framework to support couples in fostering healthy relationships and effective communication. 


Outside of the therapy space, Jenna can be found dabbling in a variety of activities and creative projects, including print-making, papier mâché-ing, attending community events, and riding her 1980’s fire-engine red Panasonic bike around downtown.

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