is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and co-founder of The Hoarding Project. Jennifer earned her doctorate in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota. Her research interests involve the influence of family and life experiences on hoarding behavior, as well as developing effective and ethical approaches to mandatory hoarding cleanouts. She has published multiple articles in academic journals on hoarding, and completed her dissertation work on understanding the influences of unresolved trauma and loss and family dynamics on hoarding behavior. She earned her Master’s degree from Seattle Pacific University and teaches at Antioch University Seattle in the Couples and Family Therapy Department. She has currently practices therapy in her private practice in Tacoma, Washington, and chairs the King/Pierce County Hoarding Task Force.
Contact Jennifer at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 642-6108
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and co-founder of The Hoarding Project. I have experience working with individuals, couples and families. In my St. Paul, Minnesota private practice, I specialize in work with issues of trauma, grief and loss, specifically with ambiguous losses. I work with a variety of populations including refugees, families living with a dementia diagnosis, and hoarding disorder.
I earned my master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Bethel Seminary in 2006, and will be completing a second master’s degree in family social science in May of 2013.