Jennifer Cecil, M.Ed., LPC

Jennifer Cecil is a Licensed Master's level therapist who received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona in 1977 and her Master's Degree in Counseling in 1979, also from the U of A.

Jennifer became a Christian at the age of 17, one month prior to attending college and began to integrate her Christian beliefs into the psychological theories and techniques that she learned. She has a passion to help people become whole in "spirit, soul, and body" (I Thessalonians 5:23) so that they can discover and fulfill God's purposes and plans for their lives.

Jennifer Cecil is a therapist who has devoted her life to helping others find wholeness and healing. With a degree in psychology and years of experience, Jennifer is able to help her clients work through a variety of issues. Whether you're struggling with personal demons or just trying to figure out your next steps in life, Jennifer Cecil can help you on your journey to finding peace and fulfillment.

Areas of Expertise


Anxiety is characterized by intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations.
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Biblical Counseling

Christian or faith-based counseling is providing professional counseling from a Biblical world view.
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Couples Counseling

Get help with navigating relationship issues in the context of family/marriage or couples counseling.
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Most people experience sadness and grief from time to time, but depression becomes a problem when it interferes with your daily functioning.
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Did you know that the divorce rate for born again Christians is statistically identical to non Christians?
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Domestic Abuse

More than 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced either physical violence, rape, or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
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Family Conflict

Help with relationship issues through communication skills and conflict resolution, while also exploring attachment styles and triggers.
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Grief & Loss

Complicated grief is a type of grief that is intense and ongoing. It can last for many months or even years after a loss, and it can make it very difficult for the griever to get through daily life.
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Marriage Counseling

Some research revealed 75% of couples who went through couples therapy together believed they were “better off” after counseling.
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Parent counseling is a service that aims to provide you with knowledge, guidance, tools, and emotional support, all without judgment or bias.
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Relationship Issues

Get help with relationship counseling; communication skills, conflict resolution, and attachment styles.
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Self Esteem

Cognitive behavioral therapy is effective in the treatment of low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression.
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Awards, Affiliations, & Certifications