Dr. Jennifer Drabowicz
LPC-MHSP, ACS, EAGALA Certified, EMDR, Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy Provider, KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher
Jennifer graduated with her master's degree in Community Agency Counseling in 2010 and her doctoral counseling degree in 2017. She has significant experience working with at-risk adolescents and their families. Specifically, Jennifer has experience working with emotional and behavioral problems, adoption and foster care issues, trauma, learning disabilities, anger issues, communication/family relational problems, and parenting concerns. Jennifer also has experience working with mood disorders (such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder), grief/loss, victims and offenders of domestic violence, some personality disorders, college students and phase of life issues related to the college experience, attachment issues, survivors of abuse/trauma, relationship issues, and common phase of life concerns.
Personally, Jennifer is a devoted bookworm and maintains a daily Kundalini meditation practice. Jennifer is also the proud "mom" to a menagerie of three- and four-legged animals, including cats, dogs, and horses. When she is not busy running her counseling practice, Jennifer remains as active as possible in the local animal rescue community, loves spending time with her husband and "furkids", and devotes time to supervising and teaching future counseling professionals and presenting at local, regional, or national conferences.
Dr. Jennifer Drabowicz is a licensed professional counselor with mental health service provider designation in the state of Tennessee. Additionally, Jennifer is a certified EAGALA practitioner, certified KRI Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor with the Center for Credentialing and Education (an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors). Jennifer is trained in EMDR and provides Heart-Centered Clinical Hypnotherapy while currently working on her advanced certification. Jennifer also currently works at the University of Memphis as a visiting professor in the Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research department in the College of Education.