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Jennifer Prewitt, LPC

Jenny Prewitt is a licensed profession counselor (LPC) and Nationally Certified Counselor with over 15 years experience in the mental health field. Jenny holds membership in the American Counseling Association (ACA).  She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy with a concentration in psychology from Randolph College (formerly Randolph-Macon Woman's College), in Lynchburg, Va and Masters of Education in Community Counseling from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. Jenny specialized in child and adolescent therapy during her graduate studies and residency.

Jenny’s professional experience includes the provision of clinical services in both residential (milieu) therapy and outpatient practice. She works with individuals, couples and parent/ child relationships. Jenny also specializes in group therapy.

Jenny understands that making the decision to contact a therapist can be difficult for some. Her goal is to make the process as welcoming as possible. She works in an extremely relaxed, informal manner that is collaborative in nature. Jenny uses humor regularly in her therapy sessions and takes every possible measure to ensure that her office is a safe place for clients to freely laugh, cry, or express anger as they need.

Jenny is a VA native with a splash of TN (Go Vols!). When she’s not working, Jenny enjoys reading and being active outside: snowboarding, biking, running, and paddle boarding. Eating chocolate chip cookies and playing pranks will never grow old to her either.

“There are many different kinds of bravery”- J. M. Barrie

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Jennifer Prewitt, LPC


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Jenny’s clinical specialties include: Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, anger management and grief and loss. She has expertise in trauma recovery, specifically healing from childhood physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Jenny accepts patients 13 years of age and older.

Treatment Modalities

It is Jenny’s belief that many people not only experience stress and anxiety by unfortunate adversities, but also by how they construct their views of reality through the stories they tell themselves regarding the stressful incident. While systematically pulling from different counseling techniques from a wide range of theories, she tends to work most heavily from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness techniques and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). These types of therapies help people overcome irrational, dysfunctional, and unhealthy thought process that tend to add to and prolong emotional strain, trauma, and tension due to a stressful life incident.


  • Randolph College (RMWC)
        Bachelor’s  of Art in philosophy with minor in Psychology

  • University of Tennessee Chattanooga
        Masters of Education in Community Counseling

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