Specialty Areas (Teens, Adults & Couples)
- Communication Skills
- Family Conflict
Jennifer Greb, Ph.D., Licensed Psychology Associate received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University and is a retired Veteran with 21 years of service in the Army and Coast Guard. Dr. Greb also has a law enforcement background which motivates her to help enhance the psychological wellness of our first responders, Veterans and their families.
My Approach to Therapy
I have extensive experience providing couple’s therapy as well as individual therapy to adolescents and adults. My clinical focus includes, but is not limited to trauma, PTSD, marital and/or family conflict, grief and loss, anxiety, and overall psychological wellness. I have a passion for working with people who have experienced dysfunctional family relationships, helping them understand how those early relationships can impact their subsequent relationships. I facilitate psychological growth using an integrative approach, primarily incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and an attachment-based framework.
When working with couples, I focus on helping them enhance intimacy by teaching and practicing effective communication skills. We look at how each partner’s individual experiences impact the relationship. My practice with couples is grounded in Structural Family Systems and uses approaches derived from the Gottman Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) to identify and correct unhealthy relationship patterns and deepen trust, respect, and admiration for each partner.
My philosophy is that psychological wellness is integral in all that we do. Therefore, the importance of psychotherapy is equivalent to the care we show our body when enduring illness or injury. The insight and skills developed while in therapy continue to promote resilience long after therapy has ended.
License Currently, Dr. Greb practices under the license of and supervision of Robyn P. Waxman, Ph.D.