Jenny Kenley Bio

Professional Counselor III

Personal Statement:
My professional interests include working with college students as they navigate university life. My model of therapy is student centered and I strive to meet each student where they are on their personal journey. I focus on treating the whole person and am constantly challenged and intrigued by the art of therapy.  I coordinate the suicide invention program for the SCS and currently provide QPR (Questions, Persuade, Refer) trainings to faculty, staff and students across the campus community.  In addition, I am interested in work related to spirituality and grief.  I am involved with the training program at the SCS and supervision.  I love helping new counselors develop their professional identities.  When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time with my husband and two children.  We enjoy finding an adventure in the Rocky Mountains or fishing on the Texas Coast.

Academic Training:
M.S., Counseling and Student Personnel, Community Counseling, Oklahoma State University
B.A., English, Oklahoma State University

University Counseling Services, Oklahoma State University

Licensed Professional Counselor, No. 60577
Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, No. 3935
National Board Certified Counselor

Areas of Special Interest:
Spirituality, Grief, Depression, Anxiety, Relationship Concerns, Supervision and Training.

Theoretical Orientation:
Integrative with emphasis on person-centered, interpersonal process and cognitive behavioral approaches

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