Jenna Leah Corbin is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist intern (MFTi) with over ten years experience studying and practicing in the fields of depth psychotherapy, and somatic-based resilience techniques. Jenna views therapy as an inner/outer journey and is passionate about working with clients who are motivated explore their inner lives and bring new insight and meaning into their relationships, education or careers, life changes, and everyday experiences.

Jenna works with individuals, couples and families to cultivate healing therapeutic relationships with warmth, gentle humor, creativity and honesty. Her approach to working with you will be collaborative, safe, non-judgemental and empathetic, with the intention to help her clients navigate life transitions and find the their way back to their life paths.

Specific areas of focus include working with women and girls in the areas of self-esteem and empowerment, stage-of-life transitions, intimate relationships, LGTBQ+ identities, chronic illness, anxiety, and depression. Her areas of study and practice include working with spiritual and mindfulness practices, dreamwork, body-centered therapy, and uses of creativity in the therapeutic context.

Jenna holds a Master of Arts degree in Depth Counseling Psychotherapy from Pacifica Graduate Institute and has advanced training as a Somatic Experiencing Trauma Practitioner intern (SEPi), drawing on a sophisticated, evidence-based neurobiological framework to release trauma and restore resilience in individuals and communities. Jenna has worked for many years leading education programs in the US and abroad, working with diverse populations to restore community strength and resilience.

She looks forward to being your partner in your therapeutic journey.