Jenny TeGrotenhuis

LMHC, Certified Gottman Therapist and Clinical Trauma Professional

https://www.jennyteg.com/
Jenny facilitates changed lives.  Her gifts blend wisdom with wit, and neuroscience with kind connection. As a Certified Gottman Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, she sees clients in her private practice in Kennewick, Washington, and helps people from all over the world by distance therapy and through her blog. Go to Jenny’s website to order her book: Draw The Line With The One You Love: How To Set a Boundary That Will Strengthen Your Relationship.
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I Feel Like I’m Being “Cookie-Jarred” In My Relationship. Will Things Ever Change?

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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I Thought I Was Completely Over My Ex, But I Keep Thinking of Her. Is That Weird?

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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My Ex and I Have the Same Friends. How Do I Give Myself Space Post-Divorce?

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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Ambient Music for Meditation, Relaxation and Blissful Sleep

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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I’m Constantly Anxious That the Person I’m Dating Will Break Up With Me. Am I Just Paranoid?

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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Should You Let Go of an Old Friendship if You’ve Grown Apart?

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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How to Fix a Communication Breakdown With Your Spouse

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis
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What to Do When You’ve Been “Ghosted” by Your Best Friend

by Jenny TeGrotenhuis

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