The process of finding a therapist you connect with in a meaningful way can be difficult and intimidating.
But you can change the way you approach relationships and act within them.
Because no matter who you are or what you do, the fact stands: your life is full of relationships. That’s never going to change.
At Be Well Therapy, we meet clients where they are and help them flourish individually and in relation to others through individual, couples, and sex therapy services.
Be Well Therapy founder Jennifer Seip had the same problem when she sought therapy in her twenties. After many attempts, she finally found a therapist who “got her” and gave her a voice during a difficult time.
Self Esteem Concerns
Relationship and Family Difficulties
Stress and Anxiety
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University
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To sum it all up, I am all for encouraging you to be your own advocate, feel understood and helping you find confidence to improve your quality of life, and your relationships.
As a therapist, I work really hard to understand and create the space where clients can be their true self. I invest in the therapeutic relationship to create safety, respect, and trust with my clients. I take a collaborative approach and utilize humor and compassion to help clients make better choices for themselves. I am attentive to how relational patterns, trauma and the environment impacts your life and current struggles.
It's my goal to get you to a place where you feel seen, heard, and can be your authentic self. Whether you are an individual or a couple who is seeking therapy, I have always appreciated the feeling of being understood. When someone takes the initiative to understand you, you feel less alone and empowered to place value in exploring your feelings and thoughts.
My philosophy developed over time, after I went to my own therapy. I would often leave sessions feeling judged for my own struggles and I decided that I never wanted anyone to feel that alone. This became the driving force behind my own decision to become a therapist.
I have my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University and I've worked at several mental health agencies with diverse populations who were both, facing mental health concerns, and dealing with relationship issues. My passion is working with couples and individuals, and at Be Well Therapy Group, I feel a genuine connection that aligns with my therapeutic approach.
I use a variety of techniques to help you, like Attachment therapy, Family Systems therapy, Internal Family Systems Theory, and Emotionally-Focused therapy.
I believe our therapeutic relationship is a huge predictor of success. In my therapy sessions, no single client is alike. I tell it like it is and we get to know each other at a pace that feels right for you.
I've always loved learning about people and relationships. My career as a therapist stemmed from my own experience with a therapist. In my early twenties, I felt stuck in my sales job, anxious, and directionless. After a few miserable years, I was ready to enlist a therapist. The woman I eventually found was wonderful and gave me insight into why I was so unhappy, skills to set boundaries, and tools for growth.
I decided to become a therapist myself and have never looked back. I started Be Well Therapy Group to give clients the same collaborative, engaged therapy experience that changed my trajectory.
Infidelity, intimacy, and sexual desire
Anxiety and attachment
Monogamous and Nonmonogomous relationships
Pennsylvania Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
MA Marriage, Family, and Couple’s Therapy and Counseling, The College of New Jersey
Trained in Sex Therapy from Council for Relationships in Philadelphia, PA
Adjunct professor of Couples Therapy and Marriage and Family Therapy at The College of New Jersey
Affiliated with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT)