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Licensed Professional Counselor


Providing services at the Abingdon Office, 

and via Telehealth

Virginia License No. 0701012832

Currently accepting new clients in person at Abingdon office. Waitlist for telehealth.  

From Jenn:
Do you feel misunderstood, unheard, or unappreciated by others? Have difficulty forming relationships and seeing your own unique value as a human? If you are ready to go on the journey to personal growth to re-write these negative stories in your mind; I will provide you a safe and judgment-free space to work through these challenges. My therapeutic approach is integrative; I do not believe that humans are intended to fit into a therapeutic mold, therapy should instead be tailored to meet the individual need.

I have spent the last 14 years of my career working with pervasive mental health disorders, personality disorders, trauma, and domestic violence. I believe that no matter what obstacles someone faces in life they have innate worth which is frequently left undiscovered or perhaps even forgotten. Rediscovering who you are will set the pace to where you want to go.

I offer an empathetic and judgment-free space. I know, the hardest thing in life is to ask for help, particularly in the society in which we live. I value everyone's unique experience and consider it an honor to work with individuals on their path to personal growth.

More about Jenn:
Jennifer Estep is a Licensed Professional Counselor (License: 0701012832) since 2020 and a Qualified Mental Health Professional (License: 073200036). She completed her graduate degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College in 2012 and her undergraduate degree in Human Services in 2009. Jenn also has an eclectic educational background including nursing, art, and veterinary medicine. Jenn began her career in 2008 and has held various positions in the mental health field including sexual assault advocacy, substance abuse treatment, community-based mental health treatment, crisis stabilization, program management, and program supervision of QMHP colleagues. She provides both Teletherapy services and in person appointments with Body & Mindfully Healthy, LLC.

Jenn utilizes an integrative therapeutic approach, focusing on tailoring therapeutic interventions to fit the individual client’s needs. She has spent most of her career working with adults with pervasive mental health disorders, personality disorders, trauma, substance abuse, and domestic violence. She focuses on individual strengths to overcome presenting problems in a relaxed judgment-free setting. 

In her personal life, Jenn is an avid music fan and can be frequently seen attending various rock concerts. She finds healing through music in addition to a sense of community. Jenn is also involved in various hobbies including photography, herpetology, and is an avid aquarist. In her free time apart from work and hobbies Jenn enjoys spending time with her partner and 2 dogs hiking the SWVA trails. 

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