Jenna Hillman is a Certified Social Worker who uses a client-centered therapy approach while also incorporating cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused and mindfulness. She strives to help clients feel empowered to explore, learn, grow, and heal.
She has experience working with children and teens dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, and trauma. She sees the potential in youth and wants to create a space where they feel seen and heard while collaborating with parents in the process so both feel supported.
She has also spent time educating youth, parents, teachers, and community members about mental health, suicide prevention, child abuse prevention, and trauma sensitivity and resilience. She is passionate about increasing awareness of issues that impact families and the community.
Jenna graduated from BYU with her Master’s Degree in Social Work. She enjoys pickleball, volleyball, board games, podcasts, and popcorn. She and her husband are avid fans of the show Survivor and love cooking and baking together.