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Jen Ozarow, MHC-LP

Supervised by Dr. Schreyer-Hoffman
Jen Ozarow MHC-LP
Supervised by Dr. Schreyer-Hoffman
  • Trauma

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Neurocognitive Disorders

  • Relational Problems

  • Eating Disorders

  • Pain & Physical Disabilities

  • Grief & Loss

  •  LGBTQ++

  • Sexuality & Intimacy

Jen is a limited permit mental health counselor experienced in treating PTSD, anxiety, depression, ADHD, eating disorders, relational and communication problems, LBGTQ++ informed therapy and grief and loss. Jen provides compassionate and thoughtful therapy. She brings openness, empathy, curiosity, and honesty to her work. Jen collaborates closely with her patients to aid them in identifying their needs, goals, and strategies for change, and helps them tap into their inner strengths to foster increased confidence and empowerment. Jen tailors her approach to meet the patient's unique needs, help them reduce symptoms and reclaim joy and make meaning of their lives. 

With a diverse clinical background encompassing esteemed organizations including KIP Therapy, YAI Manhattan Star Academy, and the Aaron School as well as her experience with the elderly populations, Jen possesses a comprehensive understanding of mental and physical health across the lifespan. This enables her to effectively serve patients from diverse backgrounds with complex physical and emotional needs and challenges.

Training & Experience

Jen excels in working with neurodivergent patients, providing tailored care for ADHD, developmental delays, and neurocognitive disorders. She employs behavioral approaches to enhance social and emotional functioning, improve adherence to routines, tasks, or schedules, and support executive functions.

Jen creates a nurturing space for patients to process their experiences, understand their impact, and reduce unpleasant symptoms and avoidance patterns surrounding PTSD and trauma. She works with patients to help them reconnect with parts of themselves, foster healing and increase self-compassion.

Jen's specialization with LBGTQ++ community, gained through her work and training at KIP enables her to support patients in understanding their sexuality, develop a strong sense of individuality and their identity, enhance self-understanding and address relational patterns and needs from an affirming perspective.

Additionally, Jen’s training in Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) for eating disorders, allows her to provide leading evidence-informed treatment to help patients learn to break free from destructive cycles of their eating disorder and develop tools and skills for managing symptoms and stressors long-term.

With a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Hunter College, Jen is dedicated to understanding the unique needs of her patients and collaboratively works with them to achieve their goals. Her compassionate and thoughtful approach, combined with her extensive experience and training, helps to foster healing, personal growth, and enhanced well-being in her patients.

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