JENNY SEISS, PSY. D., HSPP
Dr. Jenny Seiss has worked in the field of mental health with children and families as a parent educator, teacher, and therapist for the last fourteen years. She has experience working with clients struggling with a range of emotional difficulties including depression, anxiety, grief issues, trauma & abuse, obsessions/compulsions, panic attacks and behavioral problems. She offers both family and individual counseling for children, adolescents, and adults.
Considered by many to be an expert in the field of parenting, Dr. Seiss possesses an exceptional understanding of family dynamics and parental characteristics as they pertain to child behavior and personality development. She has dedicated a great deal of her academic studies to understanding the dynamics and assessment of the family system especially as it relates to the unique interaction between parent and child. Dr. Seiss completed her Doctoral dissertation on the effects of parenting on child behavior. Her work was published and received positive feedback in the academic community. As a professional speaker she has presented to teachers, parents, and therapists on a national level.
Trained in assessment Dr. Seiss has experience in completing parenting evaluations for the Department of Children and Family Services, as well as developmental assessments, ADHD assessments, learning disorder assessments, and diagnostic evaluations.
Certified and trained in clinical hypnosis, Dr. Seiss can facilitate hypnosis training to individuals interested in practicing these techniques for weight loss, smoking cessation, testing anxiety, and overall relaxation purposes.
Dr. Seiss completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, IL in 2009. She is licensed in Indiana as a Psychologist and as a Health Service Provider in Psychology and is a managing partner of Oaktree Guidance & Wellness Center. She is a member of American Psychological Association, Indiana Psychological Association, The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and The North American Adlerian Society.