Jennifer is passionate about the success and wellbeing of students pursuing advanced education. She has worked in both reservation and urban communities, focusing on ADHD, historical trauma, and toxic stress. She is a licensed psychologist (LP) with a doctorate in counseling psychology, a master of business administration (MBA), and a bachelor’s degree in social work. Her research has focused on therapeutic cognitive assessment with Native American women using applied neuroscience with biomedical (qEEG) imaging. Jennifer applies a strengths-based approach to explore healthy brains and wellness. Currently, she has a private practice in Minneapolis with areas of interest that include integrating harmony in work and life while in law school, attention and concentration issues, anxiety management, and self-growth.