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Jenny Deitz, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate

(281) 846-4480 Go to Website

One Sentence Treatment Philosophy

I am a compassionate person who seeks to help others discover their own inherent worth and beauty.

Short Bio

As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, Jenny Deitz has completed over 500 clinical hours of practice through the University of Houston Clear Lake’s Master’s in Family Therapy Program. During that time, Jenny focused her attention towards those that she feels most called to serve – clients struggling with eating disorders and self image concerns. Jenny has extensive training in Emotionally Focused Therapy which enables her to journey with her clients through uncomfortable emotions to come out feeling empowered and understood.

Personal Statement of Faith

Throughout my own recovery from an eating disorder years ago, I discovered my true freedom came from a greater intimacy with the Lord. As a result, I encourage everyone that I work with to dive deep to discover that the Lord is faithful, sovereign, and so very tender with our hearts.

Area(s) of Specialty

Family Systems
Marriage and Family
Eating Disorders
Binge Eating

Ages Treated


Gender(s) Served

Male and Female

Schools Attended and Degrees Earned

BS, KinesiologyUniversity of Houston – Main Campus
MA, Family TherapyUniversity of Houston – Clear Lake Campus

Current License(s) and/or Certification(s)

License/Certification State or Accrediting Agency
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist AssociateTexas

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