Jennifer Froemel, LCPC, CMHIMP

Jennifer Froemel has been in private practice as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) since 1999. Jennifer  received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University in 1996.  Jennifer is the founder/owner of Innovative Counseling Partners, LLC since 2014.  She operates in consultative ways with medical, alternative, and spiritual practitioners to ensure a holistic approach to impact improved client wellness.

Jennifer has worked as a bilingual mental health clinician in community mental health, hospitals, clinics, and in different supervisory capacities in both medical and mental health settings since 1991.  She has also worked in residential since 1990.  She has taught at DeVry University and has been a field placement supervisor for Masters’ level students for the last 20 years.

She is currently the Past-President of the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association. She is also a member of the Advisory Board at Adler University.  She has served as the Facilitator to the Cicero Community Collaborative.  She previously served as the Midwest Region Board of the National Children’s Study and to Parent Teacher Associations. 

Jennifer believes strongly in an integrative approach to mental and physical wellness.  She provides Cognitive Behavioral, Gottman, Integrative Medical, Dialectical Behavioral, Mindfulness, Theraplay, EMDR, and Family Systems Therapies in working with adults, couples, youth and families. Jennifer is very passionate about ensuring quality mental health care is available to the masses.  She has worked with diverse populations including, the African- American, the Latino population, and LGBTQIA populations throughout the years.  She is trauma-trained and uses evidence-based interventions in individual, marital, family, and group work.  She has a long history of working with eating disorders, sexual addiction, bipolar disorder, trauma, anxiety, depression, and parenting issues.

Jennifer has been consulted as a psychological expert on TV for Hoy and WTTW Channel 11 and The Cristina Show on Radio 105.1FM. She gives presentations regularly on how to address the Latino community in treatment. She has also worked with the Chicago Archdiocese on cases of pastoral sexual abuse.  She also provides trainings related to clinical work, private practice management, and mental health billing.

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