Staff Family Guidance and Therapy Center

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist & Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Yolanda Jenkins is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (#116324) and Registered Associate Professional Clinician Counselor (7306) who treats dual-diagnosis, acute trauma, mood disorders, crisis interventions, addiction, psychosis, personality disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and other childhood disorders under the supervision of Licensed Marriage Family Therapist Hannah M Bondy (LMFT#104834).

Yolanda possesses a master’s degree in Clinical Counseling and a master’s degree Public Health with a specialization in Health Care Administration. She is a Veteran with seven years of active-duty service in the United States Navy. Additionally, she possesses 20 years of civilian work experience before her enlistment. Furthermore, she has four years of experience working in the healthcare field providing direct medical patient care to a diverse population in a hospital environment and she has two years of experience in Healthcare Management working in a Hospital Training Department.
Yolanda completed her year practicum at a crisis house where she worked with marginalized clients with acute mental health diagnosis. While at the crisis house, she performed therapeutic interventions such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Additionally, she helped clients gain access to outpatient resources such as independent living facilities, case management, and rehabilitation facilities throughout the continuum of care.

As a Registered Associate Yolanda has gained significant experience and working knowledge in Trauma Informed Care, Sexual Assault, Suicide Preventions, Crisis Management, Relapse Prevention and Harm Reduction, Mood Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Psychosis. Yolanda had a passion for working with individuals suffering from Attachment Issues, Substance Misuses, Self-Esteem Issues, Interpersonal Relationship Issues, Communication Issues, Anger, Grief, Loss, and Trauma.

Yolanda’s eclectic approach allows her to utilize therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to empower her clients and promotes self-efficiency. She is passionate about working with children and adults from diverse backgrounds. Additionally, she is capable of working with intergenerational trauma, racial trauma and she utilizes somatic techniques to help clients process these challenges in their daily lives.

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist & Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Yolanda Jenkins is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (#116324) and Registered Associate Professional Clinician Counselor (7306) who treats dual-diagnosis, acute trauma, mood disorders, crisis interventions, addiction, psychosis, personality disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and other childhood disorders under the supervision of Licensed Marriage Family Therapist Hannah M Bondy (LMFT#104834).

Yolanda possesses a master’s degree in Clinical Counseling and a master’s degree in Public Health with a specialization in Health Care Administration. She is a Veteran with seven years of active-duty service in the United States Navy. Additionally, she possesses 20 years of civilian work experience before her enlistment. Furthermore, she has four years of experience working in the healthcare field providing direct medical patient care to a diverse population in a hospital environment and she has two years of experience in Healthcare Management working in a Hospital Training Department.
Yolanda completed her year practicum at a crisis house where she worked with marginalized clients with acute mental health diagnosis. While at the crisis house, she performed therapeutic interventions such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Additionally, she helped clients gain access to outpatient resources such as independent living facilities, case management, and rehabilitation facilities throughout the continuum of care.

As a Registered Associate Yolanda has gained significant experience and working knowledge in Trauma Informed Care, Sexual Assault, Suicide Preventions, Crisis Management, Relapse Prevention and Harm Reduction, Mood Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Psychosis. Yolanda had a passion for working with individuals suffering from Attachment Issues, Substance Misuses, Self-Esteem Issues, Interpersonal Relationship Issues, Communication Issues, Anger, Grief, Loss, and Trauma.

Yolanda’s eclectic approach allows her to utilize therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to empower her clients and promotes self-efficiency. She is passionate about working with children and adults from diverse backgrounds. Additionally, she is capable of working with intergenerational trauma, racial trauma and she utilizes somatic techniques to help clients process these challenges in their daily lives.

Family Guidance and Therapy Center

Point Loma
619-600-0683

Petaluma
707-533-1230

Autism Community Programs
619-600-0683

Temecula
951-506-1919

Orange County
657-999-3232

Bend, OR
458-292-2211 

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Point Loma & Community Programs
619-600-0683

Orange County
657-999-3232

Inland Empire (Temecula)
951-506-1919

Petaluma
707-533-1230

Bend, OR
458-292-2211

 

 

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Point Loma Location
619-600-0683

Mira Mesa/Scripps Ranch
619-600-0683

Community Programs
619-600-0683

Temecula
951-506-1919

Orange County
657-999-3232  

Petaluma
707-533-1230

[email protected]
Copyright 2016-2021 |  Website: AlfordCreative | Terms of Use

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