Jennifer Pinkerton - New York Weekly

Expert psychotherapist, well-rounded writer, speaker, and owner of Pinkerton Psychotherapy, Jennifer Pinkerton is leaving a mark as a connection expert as she continues to help people from all walks of life.

Through her work, she has helped patients escape their survival mode by revealing and understanding their attachment wounds and unresolved emotional trauma that negatively impact their relationships and sexuality.

Pinkerton Psychotherapy provides excellent, empowering psychotherapy and coaching services. Funded by renowned psychotherapist Jennifer Pinkerton, the practice has helped its clients work through a process of healing that will help them build better connections with people and thrive. Pinkerton is also the host and creator of REDHEADREVEAL™, a podcast that aims to drive the conversation toward connection and authenticity. The show features conversations around mental health and relationships and often features thought leaders to share their insights on a myriad of mental health topics.

Jennifer Pinkerton mainly works with adults who have struggled with connection, authenticity, and vulnerability, negatively affecting their relationships, sexuality, and professions. Through her private practice at Pinkerton Psychotherapy, Jennifer and her team of therapists extend services to help children, teens, adults, individuals, couples, and families cope with their challenges and eventually find resources and belief systems to carry them out. In turn, she hopes her work will provide clients with an opportunity for growth, self-awareness and resolution.

Jennifer Pinkerton is from Houston, Texas, but grew up in a small town called Liberty. During her earlier years, she dove heavily into writing and other creative endeavors. She received extensive education from the University of Houston, the Sorbonne in Paris, France, the University of Mississippi, Capella University, and Modern Sex Therapy Institute.

Pinkerton believes that her work is vital in helping people find true happiness. “If we were taught love under difficult circumstances that dealt with betrayal, inconsistency, intrusiveness, unmet needs, lack of attunement, mental illness, abandonment, abuse or addiction, this shapes our emotional balance, and we seek to repeat the cycle,” says the well-being expert and advocate. “This inheritance does not have to be accepted. Instead, we can create a new narrative of self-actualization and awareness. A new story in your head that does not encompass trauma.”

Many adults today struggle with self-perception because of early attachments or even a lack of these connections. These experiences also mold how we see the world and the people around us. At times people get stuck in this survival mode type of functioning. Pinkerton works heavily in these realms in hopes that more people will experience freedom from emotional trauma. As a matter of fact, the brilliant psychotherapist has written extensively on relationships with others and the self. Her book, The Good Rabbit, is currently in its final stages and will be released this fall of 2022.

Through her specializations in human emotions, relationships and sexuality, Jennifer illustrates how these two intertwine and affect each other. By doing so, more and more people can “feel to heal” and gain a sense of freedom from unhealthy attachments and mindsets and can thrive.

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