Jenna began her journey working with addiction within, Her Majesty Prison Services where she gained extensive experience and expertise working for several organisations, such as Adapt, Phoenix Futures and RAPt. Jenna carried a caseload of 50+ plus offenders before progressing on to delivering 12 step accredited programmes, specialising in Substance Misuse.
She has actively worked on the foundation of service delivery and also has experience in mental health and Her Majesty Prison Service dealing with thinking processes and behaviour patterns. Jenna has facilitated and created mental health training delivered to universal staff under Norfolk County Council to help raise awareness of mental health and tools, to work with children and young people with complex needs.
Jenna is committed to enabling people to grow and attain personal achievements.
“A fundamental issue I have learned through personal life and my years of experience are client’s issues or diagnosis are often fuelled or based on a subjective lack of understanding of their own emotions.”
Jenna actively believes this and is developing her own programme to explore this.