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Jenna Gibson, BS (she/her)
Team Support Specialist

Hailing from Ft. Lauderdale in the Sunshine State, Jenna moved to the Grand Canyon State in her late childhood. She spent the rest of her childhood and adolescence in Tucson, where she fell in love with the beauty, diversity, and uniqueness of the Sonoran Desert. This love led to her sticking around Tucson for University where she earned a degree in Neuroscience & Cognitive Science with a Minor in Spanish from the University of Arizona #GoWildcats.


Currently, Jenna is finishing a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from THE Northern Arizona University. She developed and is carrying out an IRB-approved research project on Ecopsychology and enjoys working with individuals who are experiencing distress related to the climate crisis and other existential threats. Further, her counseling interests lie in working with the LGBTQIA+ community, college students, and those struggling with low mood, anxiety, perfectionism, poor boundaries, or people-pleasing behaviors. Her theoretical orientation draws from Gestalt, Psychodynamic, Feminist, Existential, and Mindfulness theories. She also completed her Level I Certification in the Gottman Method for couples counseling. Additionally, Jenna loves to work with people ages 8+ while incorporating play, art, nature, and creativity into the therapeutic process.

When Jenna isn’t researching or reading, she can be found doing a variety of activities and creative projects. These include learning and speaking different languages, print-making, papier mâché-ing, attending community events, and riding her 1980’s fire-engine red Panasonic bike around downtown.

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