Jenna joined the College Internship Program in 2017. She leads the Berkshire Center’s PEERS-informed Social Skills classes, collaborates with Life Skills staff in roommate and peer mentor meetings and conducts group and individual therapy. She is excited to be part of this highly professional and motivated group of professionals at CIP.
Jenna graduated from California Lutheran University in 2010 where she went on to work in private practice with adolescents and their families providing intensive wraparound and therapeutic services. She has been an adjunct instructor in both Community College and private University settings at the graduate and undergraduate level. Additionally, Jenna has experience in administrative program planning and was involved in a large grant project which implemented a program for families impacted by violence in Southern California. Her role was to coordinate program training, assessment and community outreach.
In her spare time, Jenna enjoys running and cycling, spending time with her family and taking in the beauty of the Berkshires (rain, snow, or shine!).