We Are Not Accepting New Clients At This Time
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
As we all adapt to the evolving conditions around the COVID-19 pandemic, please know that we remain committed to the health and well-being of our clients and our staff.
In keeping with the CDC recommendation that medical and mental health practitioners continue to use telehealth as the best way to provide care and help keep everyone safe, HCT will continue providing telemental health services only for now. Please contact your therapist and/or our office for more information about teletherapy options, such as video conferencing.
We will continue to evaluate the possibility of a phased approach to safely reopen the office for in-person sessions and will keep you, our client community, informed with updates.
Jennifer Heckendorn, LMSW - Clinical, AASW
Owner and Therapist
Heckendorn Consultation and Therapy, PLLC Welcomes You
Your Local Therapists - Here to Guide You
Helping adolescents and adults of all ages with depression, anxiety and life transitions, with specialties in grief therapy, caregiver stress, adolescents, couples and biofeedback.
Jennifer Heckendorn, LMSW - Clinical, AASW, is the founder
of Heckendorn Consultation and Therapy, PLLC.
Other Staff include:
Amy Barbee, PsyD, LMFT Laura Ganzel, LMSW - Clinical
Leslie Barroso, LMSW - Clinical Sandra Iaderosa, LMSW - Clinical
Morgan Burgard, LLMSW - Clinical Yawen Ning, LLMSW - Clinical
Elle Callahan, LLMSW - Clinical Camilla Skill, LMSW - Clinical
Charles Coleman, LLMSW - Clinical Kathy Wade, LMSW - Clinical, PhD
Les Dubin, LMSW - Clinical Amelia Walker, LLMSW - Clinical
Lauren Elsner, LMSW - Clinical
A Bit About Therapy
Personalized Attention for All Your Needs
We implement person-centered psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among patients and encourage them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the patient and caretaker alike. But, in the end, making small changes to self-defeating behavior and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, and pain can bring life-altering results.