Jenna Eisenhart, LPC, PCLC is a Lead Clinical Primary Therapist serving the Jack Casey Therapeutic Group Home and the Day Treatment Program. She joined the Shodair Team in February 2018. Jenna earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Schaumburg, Illinois.
While in undergraduate studies in Virginia, Jenna volunteered at the Alvin V. Baird Attention and Learning Disabilities Center working with youth struggling academically. She also volunteered at a substance abuse detox center at Western State Hospital that provided therapy, medical detox, case management, and housing and vocational support to adults experiencing addiction.
In Illinois, Jenna was a therapy intern at Resurrection Behavioral Health in the Adolescent Addictions Intensive Outpatient Program, providing individual, family, and group therapy. She worked at Timberline Knolls, a residential treatment center serving women and female adolescents struggling with trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-harm, or borderline personality disorder. Jenna also worked for Little Friends, Inc., at an alternative High School for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
After graduating with her Master’s degree, Jenna moved to Colorado and worked at the Tennyson Center for Children. She assisted in the creation and development of several key programs, such as the Special Services Sub-Acute Unit, an animal assisted therapy program, and the ASPEN program- a day treatment program for students on the Autism Spectrum that could not be safely served in a public school setting. Jenna was a residential and day treatment clinician and also participated in the Supervisory Development Group as a clinical supervisor and masters and undergrad level intern supervisor. She provided individual and group supervision for both groups, as well as mentored new therapists in the field.
Jenna’s areas of interest include play therapy, milieu and experiential therapy, TF-CBT, program development, therapeutic education, mental health consultation in schools, early intervention, autism spectrum disorder, and working with youth experiencing complex trauma. In her spare time, she loves her playing with her two rescue dogs, camping, hiking, kayaking, and traveling.