Jenny Feliciano, LCPC

CCIH Staff Therapist

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Jenny Feliciano, LCPC
CCIH Staff Therapist
773.754.7441, ext. 2009
Pronouns: she/her/hers

As a trauma-informed therapist, Jenny blends traditional therapy with somatic interventions to address the neurobiological effects of trauma. Jenny believes that each person has within them the resources to heal and honors the mind, body, and spirit in the healing process. Her approach to therapy is collaborative, non-judgmental, and compassionate to foster trust and safety in the therapeutic relationship.

Jenny is a Marine Corps veteran, and has worked with children, adolescent and adult trauma survivors. Jenny is also fluent in and offers sessions in Spanish.

Jenny has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and received her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Depaul University in 2020. She has also and has received additional training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

Articles written by Jenny Feliciano, LCPC

  • Let’s Talk About ADHD: Part 1

    Let’s Talk About ADHD: Part 1

    Despite vast amounts of research articles and books on the subject, Attention DeficitHyperactive Disorder (ADHD) continues to be misunderstood.Part of the confusion may stem from the fact that the name ADHD is a misnomer, considering that there is no deficit of attention. So, what is it ADHD? Rather than a deficit, there is an abundance…

  • Self-Compassion During Complicated Holidays

    Self-Compassion During Complicated Holidays

    With Mother’s Day having passed recently and Father’s Day around the corner, it is important to touch on the fact that these celebrations do not land the same with everyone. Being a therapist gives me the privilege to witness how painful these two days can be for someone who has experienced loss or who has…