Jennifer Linderoth, Doctoral Intern

Jennifer Linderoth, Doctoral Intern

Doctoral Intern

Supervised by: Aaron Dembe, PhD

Pronouns: she/her/hers

My name is Jennifer, and I am a doctoral intern here at Deep Eddy Psychotherapy. I understand that selecting the right therapist can feel like a daunting task – so I would like to share a bit about myself and how I approach my work to help you better decide if we might be a good fit.

Who I Work Best With:

  • Teens (15-17)
  • Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Seniors

What I Work With:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Life Transitions
  • Bereavement/Grief and Loss
  • Ambiguous Grief
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Disordered Eating
  • Behavioral/Process Addictions
  • Self Esteem
  • Relationship Issues
  • Peer Relationships

My Background: 

My approach to therapy begins from the perspective of being a human first – a human who has lived and loved and grieved and struggled. As such, my approach to therapy is highly relational, and I work from a depth psychology approach that places strong emphasis on the therapist-client relationship. Establishing a positive relationship and building trust is at the core of my approach, and I am excited at the opportunity to be a part of your journey. 

Driven by a strong desire to help guide others through life’s challenges, paired with an innate curiosity about human behavior, my path toward becoming a therapist seemed like a natural and inevitable progression in my life. Though I had always envisioned becoming a psychologist, life had other plans for me, and I did not pursue graduate school until my 30’s. Before changing careers, the life experiences I accumulated constantly reinforced how even the smallest of changes can unexpectedly alter our paths in profound ways. While we may not always foresee their outcomes, welcoming new beginnings introduces opportunities for personal growth.

In my daily life, I prioritize ongoing reflection and find fulfillment in guiding my clients to recognize how gaining insight can enhance their personal journeys. Whatever challenges you are grappling with, I believe they have underlying roots. Working together, my goal is to assist you in fostering insight to create the lasting change you are seeking. 

Navigating the complexities that accompany loss have played a key role in my personal and professional journey, and I am passionately committed to assisting my clients in managing the nuanced processes of grief and loss. Beyond my academic training, my extensive personal experience in this area enables me to forge deep connections with individuals confronting similar challenges. As therapists, we may not always share our clients’ life experiences, but in this area, I believe I offer a deep sense of empathy and understanding.

A Few Fun Facts or Interests:

Apart from my work as a therapist, I enjoy spending time with Luna, my 6-year-old adorably feisty French Bulldog. I love the outdoors – especially the ocean – and I have yet to meet a beach I don’t like. My own personal version of paradise is a day spent floating in the water with nothing but some good music playing in the background. I have a life-long passion for music, and there is nothing that can move me more than hearing lyrics that speak directly to my soul.