Jennifer Crim

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist In-Training

MS, LMFT-IT

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Having worked on the administrative side of the counseling industry for over a decade, Jennifer found herself drawn toward supporting clients more directly and entered the University of Wisconsin - Stout's Marriage and Family Therapy program, graduating in 2021. Currently she is working toward independent licensure in both Wisconsin and Minnesota.

 

For Jennifer, therapy offers a unique opportunity to be present with another human being as they explore their own inner worlds and core relationships. She believes in the power of reflective listening in a safe context to allow for new perspectives, growth, and possibilities to emerge in her clients' lives. Seeing the worth in each individual, Jennifer considers it a sacred privilege to be with her clients in their dark and confusing places, assuring them that they don't have to be there alone. 

 

Her interests include somatic therapy (working with the body and nervous system to manage stress), trauma, family systems, anxiety, depression, individuation, religious trauma and spirituality. She is a huge fan of EMDR for its power to bring rapid and significant transformation, and utilizes Internal Family Systems as another favorite method for gently addressing the complexities of the human experience. Therapy with Jennifer typically includes a lot of compassion and laughter and she is fond of reminding her clients how much both they and their stories matter. Jennifer enjoys working with entire families and thinks that college students are especially awesome.

 

A resident of Hudson for over two decades, Jennifer and her husband of 25 years have 4 wonderful children and one brand-new daughter-in-law,

all of whom they are so proud. A rock climber, flute player, and limited Spanish-speaker, Jennifer also loves traveling to non-touristy locations around the world and deep conversations with friends over really dark coffee.

WI Lic #801-228

Supervised by Laura Lindekugel, MS, MS, LMFT, SEP, MN LMFT Lic #3575

Clinical Issues

Anxiety

ADHD

Attachment issues

Behavioral issues

Children 7+/Teens

Depression

Emotional awareness

Family conflict

Family of origin issues

Grief and loss

Parenting

Relationship issues

Religious trauma

Self esteem

Spirituality

Stress

Trauma and PTSD

Types of Therapy

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

EMDR

Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB)

Attachment-based

Polyvagal Theory

Somatic 

Narrative Therapy

Motivational Interviewing

Trauma-informed

Rates and Insurance

Private Pay:

Insurance Networks:*

$90 per session

Health Partners ("clinical trainee")**

Preferred One**

NOT a Medical Assistance/Medicaid provider

*Please note that it is your responsibility to confirm the coverage of your particular plan. See our Payments and Rates page for more information on how to verify your benefits.

**As a training licensed practitioner, Jennifer bills these insurances under the supervision of an independently-licensed and networked practitioner, Brian Crim, LMFT.

Availability

Office days:

Mondays 10am-6pm

Tuesdays 10am-5pm

Thursdays 10am-5pm

Qualifications

Education:

Years in practice:

Trainings/Certifications:

University of Wisconsin - Stout, 2021

MS, Marriage and Family Therapy

1 year

EMDR Trained Clinician (EMDRIA)

Get in Touch

715-602-5985