Jennifer Krawczyk

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Jennifer joined InFocus Counseling in January of 2019 specializing in adolescent, individual, family, and couple counseling using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy approaches that are unique to each and every client.

Jennifer received a Bachelor of Psychology degree from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin in 2014 and Master of Counseling degree with an emphasis in Marriage and Family from Ashford University in Denver, Colorado in 2020. She has experience working with young children, couples, and families from diverse backgrounds in a variety of settings, such as home, clinic, and school. Her areas of expertise includes: behavior modification in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), Anxiety, Depression, Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) with OCD, Parent Coaching, Relationship challenges, Mindfulness, and management of life stressors. Jennifer also has experience working with substance use and is working to complete her Certification in Addiction Counseling level 2.

Jennifer worked for many years conducting therapy in client homes while living in Wisconsin for young children with autistic diagnosis and providing their families support. Jennifer brings different experiences and knowledge that she gained over the years too many families in need.

Jennifer believes that the therapeutic relationship with clients is an important foundation to build from throughout therapy process. From this, therapist and client overcome challenges, reach goals, and promote healthy life changes. Jennifer believes that if you wait until you are ready to tackle a challenge then you may wait for the rest of your life, so just jump in!

Jennifer is only conducting Telehealth sessions and accepting new clients!

We are here to support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our team is OFFERING all sessions via TELE-THERAPY SESSIONS.
to schedule a time for you to focus on what’s important.