JENTRY HOLTHUS, M.S., LPC-INTERN, NCC
Supervised by Maria Connolly, LPC
Jentry completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Southern Oregon University (SOU) in 2016 and a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at SOU in June, 2018. In her practicum and professional work thus far, she has been trained in counseling for individuals, groups, couples and families with a holistic and trauma-informed perspective. Jentry relies on various trauma -informed and evidence-based treatments, including DBT and Motivational Interviewing, to address the ways in which our own traumas influence life in unique ways. She believes each individual has the internal resources toward change and optimal wellbeing and is looking forward to providing the local community with tools to engage in intra-personal and inter-personal change, self-care, healthy coping and distress tolerance skills.
JENTRY’S PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
Jentry’s trauma-informed training initially began in 2014 through internship work with a local program serving victims of domestic abuse and violence. She aspires to guide individuals in living safe, meaningful, empowered, and independent lives as defined by each person’s core dreams and values. Her work with adolescents has developed into a family systems-based approach including focus on attachments styles and transgenerational traumas. Jentry is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and continues her path toward licensure with goals of becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon in 2021.
For more detailed information surrounding her past experiences or services offered, please feel free to call or email Jentry today.