Jenna completed her undergraduate education at the University of Toronto, where she attained her Honours Bachelor of Science, studying Psychology, Criminology & Socio-legal Studies, and Sociology. She continued her education at the master’s level earning her Master’s in Clinical Psychology from the Adler Graduate Professional School.
During her educational years, Jenna gathered experience in both Family Health Team and Hospital settings, working with diverse populations. Jenna worked as a Neuropsychology Intern at the Inner City Family Health Team where she provided services to the homeless population in Toronto, primarily conducting neuropsychological assessments. She was drawn to working with individuals that had suffered traumatic and acquired brain injuries and collected data in order to advocate for increased supportive housing.
To widen her experience, she also attained two positions at The Hospital for Sick Children, where she worked in the psychology department servicing both Oncology and Transplant & Regenerative Medicine Departments. In her dual positions at Sick Kids, Jenna conduced psycho-educational assessments, and worked with children that were newly diagnosed with cancer. Her work in the Oncology department at Sick Kids continued beyond her master’s program and began her working career.
Jenna has been part of Central Ontario Psychology since January of 2016. She has developed expertise in supporting clients with various health care needs (e.g., anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, etc.,), and provides services to children, adolescents, and adults. Jenna also provides psychometric services for Dr. Douglas and Dr. Mitchell. She is also currently a consulting Psychometrist to The York Centre, alongside Dr. Mitchell.
Jenna is now a Registered Psychotherapist, and continues to work towards registration with the College of Psychologists.
She provides psychometric support and therapeutic services under the supervision of Dr. Douglas and Dr. Mitchell. For more information about supervised psychological services, please click here.