Jennifer is a Licensed Psychologist in private practice. She received her Masters in Education in Risk and Prevention from Harvard University School of Education. She went on to receive her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University. Jennifer brings a wealth of clinical and research training experiences to her practice, including 3 years of post-doctoral training on the Professionals in Crisis unit at the Menninger Clinic, an APA-approved internship training through Baylor College of Medicine (Depelchin Children’s Center, Ben Taub Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic) and additional research and training experiences at Massachusetts General Hospital, Tufts University Counseling Center, McLean Hospital, and The Boston Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she completed 3 years of post-graduate training — Studies in Psychoanalytic Thinking — at the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies (CFPS -Houston). Jennifer utilizes an integrative therapeutic orientation which primarily weaves together relational, psychodynamic, and mentalization-based concepts. Jennifer currently serves as co-chair of the Training and Education Committee and the 1st Vice President for the Houston Group Psychotherapy Society and is Voluntary Faculty at Baylor College of Medicine.
Jennifer Markey, PhD, MEd, CGP
Founder and Program Director