Jennifer Diehl

LCSWR

Jen is a native of Liberty NY in Sullivan County. She first earned her Bachelors in Social Work (BSW) from Marist College in Poughkeepsie NY. She went on to earn her Masters in Social Work (MSW) from Marywood University in Scranton PA.  Her training and experience have been in outpatient and inpatient mental health settings, the NYS prison system under Central NY Psychiatric Center, the local hospital in an emergency room setting and the NYS public school system. She has worked with adults and children, families and couples who have been faced with complex issues such depression, mood disorders, trauma, grief, anxiety, psychosis and co-occurring disorders including substance abuse issues. She has provided crisis interventions, verbal therapy for individuals and couples and has organized and facilitated group therapy sessions. She has provided consultation to psychiatrists and mental health teams in various settings for continuity of care. 

Jen believes in the dignity and self worth of a person. She feels that regardless of where we are in our life journey that each one of us deserves compassion and understanding. She has been trained in CBT and DBT and looks at the overall system in which her clients find themselves to help them identify their strengths, apply them and live the life they desire. She is compassionate and understands how past trauma can be carried throughout a person’s life but does not have to be! She is able to meet the client where they are at and help them alter their perspectives to look to the future and live with hope and happiness.

How I can help you
Education
  • Marist College – Bachelors In Social Work (BSW)
  • Marywood University – Masters in Social Work (MSW)
Certifications 
Trainings 
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Mindfulness
  • Trauma informed care
  • Emotion regulation techniques
  • Systemic interventions
  • Strength-based approach
Supervised by Jenn Johnston, LCSWR
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”
― Carl Rogers