Jenny Fiebig, LCPC
Jenny Fiebig believes in forming a strong and trusting relationship with the people she works with. She is known for her warmth, patience, curiosity, creativity and energy. Jenny works successfully with individuals who feel stuck; that something is blocking them from getting to where they want to be. They may have lost their motivation, self-confidence, feel sad or fearful, have difficulties in relationships, or may be haunted by things that have happened to them in the past. She is attentive to how each individual takes in information and engages that learning style into therapy sessions. This helps to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of our treatment process. Her ultimate goal is to help others be more aware of who they are.
Jenny moved to Montana in 2006. She worked for a number of years in outdoor education, wilderness therapy and the travel industry. Her background allowed her to work with wide variety of people from all over the world. She became aware of her strong empathy and curiosity for the individuals she engaged with and decided to receive a formal education in counseling. She received her Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Montana State University. She completed her pre-masters and post-masters internship at Counseling and Psychological Services at MSU, and engaged in private practice after her training.
Jenny specializes in work with teenagers and young adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma and relationship problems. She works from an integrated approach to therapy utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), as well as experiential, interpersonal, psychodynamic, and attachment perspectives. She is skilled at meeting clients where they are and engaging a therapy style that works best for them.
When not in the office, Jenny is often found running with her dog. She and her husband enjoy time together in the wilderness and try to get outside as much as they can whether that is hiking, climbing, snowboarding or getting on the river. She believes in a balanced lifestyle, so she also engages her mind in books, listening to music, having great conversation and cooking.
Lori Case Marchak