Jenna Honeyman, QMHP

QMHP are my credentials, but before that is my name and that’s my business; being human. Vulnerability is my super power! Folks are willing to touch their pain because I’m not afraid to travel there with them. I hold my MA in Marriage, couples and family therapy from Lewis and Clark school of counseling and am a registered intern with the State of Oregon working towards full licensure. From physical education teacher, to lead guide in a wilderness program, to therapist, I hold many life experiences that help me to facilitate growth and change on multiple levels.

I am able to help folks come to answers that they already hold within themselves by asking questions they may not have thought. Therapeutic relationship is a different way of being in the presence of another.

I started my journey towards becoming a clinician when I saw the profound healing that came from human connection both with one another and the natural world. To be truly seen, felt and heard is one of the greatest gifts we can give one another.