Jenna Fahey, LCPC, MA, MFT

Senior Staff Clinician


About Jenna

Jenna loves to help see people grow, heal, change, and experience more fullness in themselves and their relationships. She is passionate about the well-being of all people. Jenna’s goal in counseling is to create a relationship built on safety, trust, and hope, where people feel accepted and challenged to grow in new and meaningful ways. Jenna believes it is a privilege to be present with someone through their fears, challenges, and hurts, and then to help them experience change and restoration. For this reason, Jenna sees counseling as an opportunity to help people reduce pain and suffering, cope with the challenges of life, and experience increased joy, purpose, and self-acceptance.


Jenna holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and a Master of Arts in Marital and Family Therapy. Jenna is skilled at using a wide variety of evidence based therapeutic approaches, including attachment based therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and emotion-focused therapy. Jenna shapes her approach based on the specific goals and strengths of the client, so that each person experiences therapy that is a good fit for them.

Jenna is skilled at working with couples and families on issues such as communication, conflict resolution, betrayals and hurts, parenting/co-parenting, and sexuality. Jenna works with adults and adolescents who present with anxiety, depression, sexuality issues, self-esteem or self-identity, and spirituality or religious thoughts and concerns.


Jenna has experience working with veterans and their families and HIV+ individuals and their families. Jenna has specialized training in domestic violence in relationships, substance abuse issues, infidelity, and is PREPARE/ENRICH certified, a program for couples considering marriage, cohabitation or co-parenting.


Jenna welcomes clients of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as all gender identities and sexual orientations. Her practice is LGBTQ inclusive.