You can reach out to start services at 727-291-8305 or Drhayes@jhlmft.com
Jennifer Hayes, PhD LMFT RPT-S
Dr. Hayes is a child and family therapist that works with individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Hayes is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in KY, TN, and FL. She is a Registered play therapist-supervisor and trained in Polyvagal theory to be a Safe and Sound Protocol provider. Dr. Hayes is certified in Emotionally Focused Family Therapy.
Dr Hayes holds a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in child and adolescent therapy, a Master’s degree in Marriage and family therapy, a double major in Counseling and Theology, and last but not least an Associates in Art.
Dr. Hayes is a Clinical Fellow and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, a Professional Member of the Association for Play Therapy, and an Associate member with the APA. Dr. Hayes is an Assistant Professor of Psychology.
Dr. Hayes currently served on the AAMFT FamilyTEAM in the state of KY and previously served on the AAMFT Kentucky Interest Network board. Dr. Hayes is a volunteer with TNAMFT.
Chris Hayes, MS
Chris Hayes is currently a MFT student at Campbellsville University. He earned a Master’s degree in General Psychology from Union College, a Bachelor’s degree from EKU in Criminal Justice and an Associates degree in Criminal Justice. Chris previously worked for the Cabinet for Health and Family Service, however during his time there he realized he was not able to help families systemically and decided to pursue clinical training. Chris focuses on men’s mental health, health disparities in Appalachia, and evolving into your true self.
Heather is a student intern at Touro University. I have worked in the mental health field for a couple of years and am currently pursuing my Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Heather has a passion for helping individuals seek relief from difficulties such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders and unstable relationships. She is also passionate about the LGBTQIA+ community, identity support, grief, eating disorders and many other areas.
“I would love to assist you with overcoming barriers, accepting and understanding your diagnosis, navigating through relationships, communication, conflicts, traumas, exploring your feelings and emotions while providing validation and a safe place to not be okay.”
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