Loren Jahner, MMFT
Counselor of Marriage & Family
Loren completed her masters at NorthCentral University and works with individuals, couples, and families on a multitude of issues such as relational, professional, and personal development. Her approach is integrative, utilizing several therapy models and techniques to better tailor the therapeutic experience for each client’s specific areas of need. This allows her to assist them in navigating the different issues they may be facing. Loren believes that in order to solve the problems that life can throw at us, we need to look at it from all possible angles to help find the best solution. Also, that YOU, as the client, already have those tools needed to solve the issue, and her job is to help you discover the best ways to access them.
Before obtaining her masters, Loren received a bachelor’s degree in Developmental Psychology with a minor in Addiction Studies from the University of Detroit Mercy. After college, she then moved from Michigan to Tennessee to be with family and has resided in Nashville ever since.
She currently works at an outpatient clinic outside of downtown Nashville that treats opioid addiction through medication-assisted treatment. Although the addiction field can be quite challenging, she enjoys working with individuals to help them overcome their battles with addiction. She also has ample experience in working with adolescents, individuals battling anxiety and couples wanting to grow or repair their relationship for it to be stronger than before.
“Self-care is extremely important to me and one thing that I will always impress on my clients is that if you cannot take care of yourself, then you cannot take care of anything or anyone else!”
Loren is currently under clinical supervision with Joanna Dixon, LMFT, while she pursues her license as a Marriage and Family Therapist.