Dr. Jessica Hunter received her undergraduate and Master's degrees from Boston University. She received her Doctoral degree from The George Washington University in Clinical Psychology. Currently, she is a member of the National Registry of Health Service Providers in Psychology. She has a certificate in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples (Attachment-Based Intervention). Dr. Hunter is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of California.
Dr. Hunter worked with the chronically mentally ill population for more than eight years, was involved in program management and conducted Adult Individual and Group Psychotherapy. She provides Psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, and older adults in Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Therapy, Family and Parenting Guidance and Groups. Dr. Hunter utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy to approach each client and work collaboratively.
Dr. Hunter's experience includes work with autistic children, Psychotherapy with adults, older adults, and college-aged students. In addition, she offers supportive outreach to clients with Chronic Mental Health Issues, Program Management, and Development of Outpatient Field and Mental Health Resources. She also has a specialized interest in working with clients dealing with Transition and Relationship issues, Grief/Loss concerns with adults and older adults, Marital therapy, Anxiety Disorders, Parental Guidance, and Adolescent Identity Issues.
Dr. Hunter works full-time Monday through Thursdays. Please contact Dr. Hunter for availability.
View the online interview given by Dr. Hunter with Ed Berliner for Midpoint news online regarding the issue of teens, social media, and violence. Click here.
Dr. Hunter has been in Dame Magazine. Click here to read the article.