Dr. Nicholas Jenner

Dr. Nicholas Jenner is a counselling psychotherapist in private practice working with individuals and couples with a speciality in integrative psychology techniques. Dr. Jenner runs a thriving online therapy business bringing help to those who find taking therapy online as convenient and tailored for their needs. He has have been offering online therapy for over 10 years. During that time, he has built up a speciality in many areas of psychology (especially Codependency) and helped many clients move forward.
He engages fully with his clients to ensure the best possible chance of recovery. He firmly believes that awareness is important but action is the decisive element of recovery. He accompanies his clients along that road not only by offering sessions focusing on their issues but as a resource between sessions too.
His passion as a therapist is to help individuals and couples get their life back, freeing them of restraints of negative thinking, anxiety and depression. By using effective tailored therapeutic approaches, he puts clients back in charge of their own destiny. Working outside the box, he goes that extra mile to make sure clients have access to help between sessions, something that is greatly appreciated by clients.
Dr Jenner has experience of working with clients with severe depression, bipolar, personality disorders, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders and other mental health issues.

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e-mail: therapy@drnjenner.com

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  1. Thanks for folllowing! I’ll admit, it makes me a tad bit nervous. πŸ™‚ My guess is that the type of therapy I’m doing, Intensive short term dynamic phychotherapy is what interests you? I try to be very careful about what I post in terms of how the therapy works because I know it will come off sounding terrible if I’m the one explaining it. I went because I was told to go, knowing nothing about any type of therapy, thinking I was in it for just a few months due to a little depression. Almost a year later and I’m just getting started! 5 months was stolen by a psychiatrist who over medicated to the extreme. (I’m not sure she’s practicing after what she did to me) but now that I’m not so medicated I’ve been able to get more work done.

    Feel free to ask any questions. I’m an open book. Hope I don’t bore you!

    Mandi

    1. Thanks for the comment….no need to be nervous and it wasn’t really your stories of therapy but more your writing style that attracted me. I like to read other blogs.Your story does prove though that medication only is not always the answer.

      1. Thank you! That’s a huge compliment. That particular post was written mostly for me, probably the first. I don’t want to remember that session but I need to. I like reading other blogs too. I just started this a few months ago, hadn’t read a blog before then… much less thought of writing one myself!! πŸ™‚
        Mandi

  2. It’s interesting how you explained what inspired you to become a psychologist because experiences in my own life made me want to become one too. Although that dream remained unfulfilled till date since I became a lawyer, that unfulfilled dream led me to depression and which I eventually overcame.

    I’m glad you liked my post and followed my blog, it gave me a chance to stop by your blog. I look forward to reading more. Keep up the good work! (:

    1. Thanks for the comment. I had the urge to work in psychology quite early, studied and did work in it but I can only say I enjoyed it when my own issues were out of the way. That process made me stronger and gave me a strong insight into life and all its complexities which I hope goes someway to helping others.

  3. Thank you for following my blog, Dr. Jenner. I am fortunate in having a loving, supportive husband as well as a therapist who talks with us both, and a psychiatrist who monitors my meds and mood. My husband and I have held hands through many of life’s challenges. We are married 43 years this spring.

  4. Thanks for the like and follow. I like what I have seen and I have a feeling that I’ve just skimmed across the top. I have suffered with major depressive disorder and complex PTSD. And anxietys of sorts, so I think this blog will be a nice card I can pull out of my back pocket when needed. Looking forward to visiting more. πŸ˜‰

  5. Thank you for dropping by my blog, Dr. Jenner. I linked back to your page and started reading about CBT, and then recalled what I had just written and thought, well, fair enough. So, am I hopelessly incurable? Sigh. I’ll be mining your blog for stress management techniques, so thank you for that!

      1. Oh, it’s not that I’m incurable, it’s just a matter of choice – do I want to be functional, or do I want to ride out my mania/depression? Because each scenario comes with major drawbacks.

      2. yes, and I’ve been medicated, as well. I recognize my all or nothing statements, as I’m sure you do as well, but I don’t know how to make my personality other than what it is. I just keep setting myself up for disappointment. I try, only to fail, and then wonder why I bothered trying in the first place. Right now I am going through a period of self-pity where I want to find a place to use my skills and talents, only to feel like there must not be much skill or talent there at all if it is not given what I feel is due recognition (I’m a bit of a narcissist, you see)

  6. Dr. Jenner, thank you for visiting my site and choosing to follow. In my opinion, CBT and DBT should be the only therapy models for bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorders. This is an important blog.

  7. Dr. Jenner, thanks for dropping by my tot lot and a much bigger thanks for choosing to follow – that gives me such a burst of encouragement. I’m thrilled by what I’ve found here on your blog. It’s exciting to know that someone is using all these online channels as tools in providing therapy. I’m a student of psychology myself – currently bagged my B.Sc- and yet that’s only one of the reasons i’m hooked.

  8. Thank you for following my blog. I have low vision so I bookmark blogs I’m interested in or I get an overwhelming inbox! Hopefully I can learn something here as my counselor is not helping me in coping with my chronic illness/disabilities!
    Danke

      1. Oh, I wish! I already told him that I really didn’t think we clicked personality-wise! I think my counselor likes his way or no way. He’s very into meditation, etc. and I like to talk things out, hence the problem! Private therapy is very expensive in the US, so I’m stuck at the low-cost clinic without other options. I think most therapists just don’t know what to do with the chronically ill (physical illness) over here. Sigh…

  9. Dr. Jenner, thank you for joining http://thesundripshoney.com ‘s family of readers. I am looking forward to you adding your thoughts to our conversation. On my site I have a Friends page, where my readers leave info about themselves and their blogs. I hope you will do the same. I can’t believe I’m writing this, but if you want to see a lot of “abnormal” psychology, (i.e.38 years of depression,) please feel free to check out the archives. I was pretty messed up when I started this blog. Much better now. Welcome!!

      1. Thank you. What kind of mixed approach? What therapy techniques are you trained in?

        I’ve been through some OEI which is intense but does make a dent.
        I’m considering EMDR..I don’t know if that would be too much for me.
        It seems where we live the only three offered are OEI, EMDR, and CBT. I really wish Somatic was offered.

  10. Dr. Jenner,

    Thanks so much for the blog follow. It has led me to your interesting and informative blog, which I am now following.

    I look forward to reading more of your posts.

    Nancy

  11. I have nominated you for the Brave Heart Award. If you would like to accept it, please go to http://turkeyboneheaven.com/2014/03/22/brave-heart-award-announcement/ for details.

    Stand Strong You Are Not Alone

    I call you a survivor, because that is what you are. There are days when you don’t feel like a survivor and there are days when the memories trigger your past and it feels like you are loosing the fight – but you are not. Take the past and heal with it. You are strong. I want you to know that the abuse was not your fault. It does not matter what age it happened. You did not deserve it, you did not cause it, and you did not bring it on yourself. You own no shame, guilt, or remorse. In your life, you have faced many demons but look around you and you will see there is hope, and there is beauty. You are beautiful, You are loved, there is hope. You deserve to be loved and treated with respect. You deserve peace and joy in your life. Don’t settle for anything less than that. God has plans for you. Your future does not have to be dictated by your past.

    Each step you take you are not alone.

    Stand Strong.

    The Redheaded Wonderblog

  12. I’m about 3 years late on this one, but I really enjoyed your posts :p also, it never fails to amaze me that you were one of the first followers I have on my mental health blog. It’s a little akin to feeling “star struck” when you find out that you have a psych following you xD

  13. I’m intrigued to learn more about your therapeutic process. Seems you have read a bit of my story, so you know the depths of devastation I’ve been…yet the amazing wholeness and healing that is now my life. Sometimes I wonder how can it be…and I am grateful for people like you who help us when we are so hurt and desperate.

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