Jennifer Davenport Clinician
MS, LCADC, CCS
MS Counseling - Grand Canyon University
NJ Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Counselor # 37LC00339600
Certified Clinical Supervisor # 16192
Jennifer Davenport brings to New Jersey Recovery and Wellness an array of experience in addiction, substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, recovery, and treatment. Jennifer has worked in the field of addiction treatment since 2014. She has provided direct care in both NJ and PA, for diverse populations in a variety of outpatient treatment settings, as well as serving as a Clinical Director.
Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) and a Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS). She earned a Masters of Science from Grand Canyon University in Addiction Counseling, an undergraduate in Psychology from Rowan University, and an Applied Associates of Science in Addiction Counseling from Camden County College. She plans to pursue a doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in the near future. Jennifer holds a professional membership with the American Counseling Association.
Addiction is a disease that does not only impacts the individual but all those who care for the individual as well. Jennifer believes in the importance of involving family and loved ones in the treatment process whenever possible and as always, with the clients' informed consent. Jennifer utilizes various treatment approaches during family sessions to help improve relationships and support the client in their recovery journey. Although addiction presents with certain criteria and symptoms, each client has their own unique set of challenges and strengths. Jennifer works in collaboration with each client to develop individualized treatment goals that will address their specific challenges while helping to identify and utilize their own personal strengths, utilizing a treatment approach that is best suited for the individual, their circumstances, and goals.
When Jennifer is not providing therapy, she enjoys spending time with her cats and senior dog, reading, and learning new things.