Sacramento Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy and more
Jennifer L. Flood, LMFT, LPCC is a group psychotherapy practice based in Sacramento, California. Our experienced, well-rounded, and compassionate therapists draw from leading evidence-based methods including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), Attachment theory, Brainspotting, and the Gottman Method.
Our goal is to help you live a fulfilling life with happier relationships and support you in managing your anxiety or depression. All therapists work with adults, teens, and children to support healing from past traumatic experiences and stressors via in-person or through online (Telehealth) sessions. In addition, several of our therapists have specialized training supporting couples and families.
JEN L. FLOOD
LMFT & LPCC
Get to Know Our Founder Jen
Jen Flood is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She specializes in helping individuals reach their goals whether it be optimizing a relationship, a career change, managing grief, or just feeling better overall. Jen also works with couples and families, and she is happy to adjust her therapeutic approach to match the needs of her clients and meet them wherever they are at. In addition to providing direct therapy, Jen supervises a team of licensed and pre-licensed clinicians. Jen takes pride in supporting a diverse team that represents the community we serve. Jen also provides consulting to therapists seeking to start or grow their private practice. Before starting her own practice, Jen worked as a clinical director for a community-based healthcare service provider, where she oversaw multiple programs providing mental health services to youth and young adults. In addition, Jen worked at the University of California where she counseled undergraduate and graduate students focusing on managing and navigating life transitions, relationship difficulties, and career goals. Jen also spent two years managing an outpatient program that focused on working with clients diagnosed with autism and other related behavioral disorders like ADHD. In sum, Jen has expertise working with individuals facing addiction, anger issues, domestic violence, and trauma. Jen earned her bachelor's degree in clinical nutrition from the University of California, Davis, and has master’s degrees in counseling psychology from the University of San Francisco and forensic psychology from California State University, San Francisco.
Therapy Services and Specializations
Individual counseling provides an opportunity to talk with a professional about what is most impacting your life currently.
It’s absolutely normal for relationships to experience conflict and shift over time as you approach life’s challenges together.
Family units experience conflict much like couples can.
CBT: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is one more the more popular modalities in talk therapy. The core idea of CBT is that it changes the way we think by physically changing our brain.
Do you experience periods of time where you feel hopeless or have suicidal thoughts?
Anxiety can be difficult to manage. Low levels of anxiety can aid us in completing tasks on time or help us focus; when anxiety is experienced at high levels, however, it can be paralyzing and extremely disruptive.
It's not uncommon for someone to experience some or multiple traumas during their lifespan.
Psychotherapy has shown to be one of the most effective ways to treat addiction.