About Me:

Dr. Jenna Wilson, LMFT earned her bachelors’ degree in Psychology, Masters’ degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University (NSU), COAMFTE accredited programs. Dr. Wilson’s Dissertation research was titled: Hope-Focused Solutions: A Relational Hope-Focus on the Solution-Building Stages in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. Dr. Wilson is published in her field and presents her work at various International, National, and Local Conferences based on her research findings and areas of expertise.

Clinically, Dr. Wilson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Florida (LMFT), an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Approved-Supervisor, Qualified Florida Supervisor, and Clinical Fellow of the AAMFT. She works from a relational, strength-based approach with an emphasis on discovering hope-focused solutions with individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Wilson is well versed in various family therapy modalities and possesses many years of clinical practice, training, consulting, and supervision. Dr. Wilson provides supervision to masters and doctoral students seeing live clinical cases in a Family Therapy Clinic, Registered Interns seeking supervision for Florida licensure, supervising licensed therapists, and is also a clinical site supervisor and faculty supervisor to family therapy students and interns. Trained as a skilled systems consultant, Dr. Wilson has experience providing organizational consulting services to small and large corporations and businesses looking to improve staff and faculty relationships, find solutions, improve motivation and discover the strengths and resources of the team and the organization overall.

Academically, Dr. Wilson has built strong relationships with various local and online universities. She is Adjunct Faculty at Nova Southeastern University teaching and supervising masters and doctoral students in the Department of Family Therapy as well as teaching Psy.D. students in the College of Psychology. Dr. Wilson is also Part-time Faculty at Capella University and Northcentral University (NCU) where she teaches and supervises graduate students seeking masters and doctoral degrees. At Capella University, she is also serves as a Faculty Supervisor for students across the country earning clinical hours toward their graduation.

Dr. Wilson’s current research interests focus on extending her qualitative research surrounding the notion of hope and building hope relationally with clients throughout the process of therapy and supervision. She plans on furthering her research about hopefulness as a life force for survival and as the foundation of the human condition and human relationships. Dr. Wilson is concentrating on publishing multiple academic papers based on her ongoing family research and collaborating with students and faculty on Hope-Focused research topics with the intention of contributing to the advancement of Family Therapy treatment approaches and Positive Psychology Approaches.