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Dr. Jenn Matheson, PhD, LMFT, Approved Supervisor
Are you and your loved ones looking for a therapist or counselor to help you achieve your goals in a warm, collaborative way? 

I am Dr. Jenn Matheson, a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in individual, couple, and family therapy for people struggling with grief, loss, and trauma, among many other mental health and relational issues.

As an LMFT, I am trained in all forms of Family Systems Theory such as Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Experiential Family Therapy, Bowen Family Systems Theory, Structural/Strategic Therapy, EMDR, Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy, Mindfulness, and Play Therapy. I have additional specialized training in grief, trauma, addictions, and couples.

I am an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, and I enjoy working with new therapists who have graduated from their MFT programs and are working in agencies or private practice to get clinical experience to get their license.

I am a Past President of the Colorado Division of the American Association of Marriage & Family
Therapy where I worked to further the profession of Marriage & Family Therapy in Colorado. I was elected to a national AAMFT Board position where I serve as the Chair of the Council of Division Presidents in 2017 and Director in 2018.

For many years, I was a Senior Coordinator for Research and The Advancement of Psychotherapy for the Foundation for Self Leadership, advancing the Internal Family Systems model of therapy. 

I am a former tenured Associate Professor at Colorado State University (CSU), and an adjunct professor at University of Colorado - Denver. I have been practicing since 2000 and am an award-winning teacher and NIDA research grant awardee. I have dozens of publications and presentations on topics such as substance abuse treatment, balancing work and personal lives, and grief and loss. 

Please feel free to browse this site for the information you need to make an informed decisions about when to call me for help with your relationship, mental health, and therapy needs.
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