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Dr. Jennifer W. Walken
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207 West Millbrook Road, Ste. 100, Raleigh, NC
My office is easily located on Millbrook Road, just off Six Forks road, in North Raleigh.
(1) B.A., Columbia College, 1967, (2) M.S., Univ.of Tennessee, Counseling & Child Development & Family Relations, (3) Ed.D., Duke University, Counseling Psychology, 1973.
I am a participant on many of the major health plans and my office will handle filing your insurance. You can call the mental health benefits number on your insurance card and ask if I am on their Provider list or if you have out-of-network benefits which cover providers not on their network.
(1) Licensed Psychologist - Health Services Provider - NC #368, (2)Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist - NC#83.
American Psychological Association; American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists; American Association of Christian Counselors; American Psychotherapy Association; NC Psychological Association; NC Association of Marriage & Family Therapists.
During my thirty plus years of professional experience I have worked with most all ages from preschool children through senior citizens. I have been in private practice since 1978 and feel comfortable working with a broad range of problems including anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, dissociative disorders, dysfunctional relationships, codependency issues, grief and loss, adoption issues, infertility, past childhood abuse, premarital counseling, separation and divorce, PTSD, parenting problems, children and divorce, infidelity, low self-esteem and spiritual concerns. I especially enjoy working with people going through major life transitions, helping young adults, people in difficult marital and couple relationships, problems of low self- esteem and where there are spiritual concerns. I consider the whole of the person mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually and try to understand them as thoroughly as possible going back to day one. In doing this I consider the life events one has experienced, the relationships one has had, genetic influences, the family of origin, the composition of the family, current life events, and what has brought the person in for therapy. My belief is that parents generally do the best they can, based on their own strenglths and weaknesses. It is important to understand the individual and to help put the pieces of the puzzle together to help the person become the best person they can be.
Jennifer Walken
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