Jenna E. White, MA LCPC

Clinical Supervisor
Co-Director of Clinical Training Program

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Depth Counseling therapist Jenna E. White, MA LCPC

✖️ Not currently accepting new patients








  • Anxiety
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  • Body Image/Disordered Eating
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  • Couples
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  • Depression
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  • Gender/Sexuality
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  • Grief/Loss
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  • Polyamory/Open Relationships
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  • Race/Disenfranchised Populations
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  • Relationships/Attachment
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  • Substance Use/Addiction
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  • Trauma/PTSD


My clients are very important to me. It is a privilege to accompany people on a journey of self-reflection, vulnerability, and growth. I meet you where you are, say the hard thing (with kindness, humor, empathy, and creativity), and work to understand your complexities and the unique ways you wish to grow.


Lecturer, Institute for Clinical Clinical Social Work

Center for Group Studies, NYC, Training Program in Modern Analytic Process Groups

PhD Candidate, Institute for Clinical Social Work

MA, Institute for Clinical Social Work, Clinical Counseling & Psychotherapy

BA, Bennington College, Theater & Creative Writing


“My visits with Jenna have helped me heal and grow in ways I never believed were possible for me. She makes me feel safe and understood no matter what, and her insight and knowledge is beyond! She is truly a special therapist.”

“Jenna has allowed me to tell my story at my own pace, never invalidating my personal truths (as well as the beliefs I cling to that may not actually be true) and always encouraging me with new insights. I can trust that she fully hears me, as that trust has built slowly over time through continual direct experience. She gently guides me to see reality as it is while providing an entirely safe space for me to play out the mental stream that has caused me a lifetime of suffering with her reflecting back what I say without judgment or bias. I believe her compassion and understanding spring from having done the work herself first as well as extensively studying the human mind and heart. She meets me where I am, and I’m very grateful to her.”

“I have had a few therapists in the past, but I have never felt comfortable enough to open up and I felt that it was very easy to talk to Jenna.”