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Foggy Pier



      (Ages 10+)

  • Individuals, Couples, Families

  • Anxiety, Depression, Body Dysmorphia

  • Nervous System & Emotional Regulation 

  • Conflict Resolution

  • EMDR- Trauma/Complex Trauma

  • In Person or Virtual

  • Christian Counseling (By Request)

Allison Jennings, MMFT,

PhD Candidate

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate

lgbtq therapist

Hello, I'm Allison!

I specialize in guiding high-conflict families and couples through their unique challenges in order to find connection and peace again. With training in EMDR and a strong emphasis on the mind-body connection, my therapeutic approach is rooted in trauma-informed practices that lead you to a life that is more grounded. Together, we will navigate the intricacies of your emotions, regulate your nervous system, and explore the depths of your past to disrupt patterns that no longer serve you. 


Whether you're seeking to strengthen your self-esteem, improve relationships, or find peace within, I am here to support you. Take the first step towards healing by calling for a free 15-minute consultation. I look forward to connecting with you!


















Allison Jennings, MMFT, is a board licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate who enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families. She holds a bachelor's degree in psychology, a dual track master's degree in professional counseling and marriage & family therapy, and is a candidate for her Ph.D. in Marriage & Family Therapy. She completed her clinical internship at Austin Family Institute where she assisted couples and families in navigating a variety of challenges. Prior to becoming a therapist, Allison worked as an Academic Resource Specialist where she interpreted neuropsychological evaluations, oversaw accommodations, and helped students navigate stressors that can come with learning differences.

With a passion for helping others in personal development, Allison has completed research presentations on increasing confidence, cognitive capacity, and self-control. Her clinical specializations include anxiety, ADHD, body dysmorphia, complex trauma, and life transitions, with an emphasis in supporting families and adolescents experiencing conflict. From a depth-centered and holistic perspective, Allison establishes rapport with each client ensuring they feel seen, heard, and more aligned with their purpose. Additionally, she is trained in EMDR therapy and studied under Rick Levinson, LCSW, who is known as one of the leading EMDRIA trainers in Texas. This evidence-based model of therapy allows for neural network change and a way to heal complex trauma that may have left clients feeling stuck in the past. Allison is also Gottman Level 1 and Prepare/Enrich trained in helping couples navigate conflict in order to reach a more peaceful common ground.


Allison is a Texas native who has spent the past seven years in Austin and has recently relocated to Fort Worth. In her free time, she enjoys road trips, being out in nature, and sharing meals with her family and friends. As an experienced dancer, her approach to the healing process emphasizes creativity and the mind-body connection. She believes that one’s background, upbringing, and cultural heritage are important pieces to understanding her clients. Allison meets others where they are and cultivates a sense of groundedness and support. She looks forward to walking with her clients through the therapeutic process.


Member of The Texas Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (TAMFT) and

The American EMDR International Association (EMDRIA)


Texas State License LMFT Associate: #205110



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 Allison is passionate about providing a safe and comfortable environment to help you work through any mental health issue or relationship challenge. She believes in the power of therapy and the potential to create positive change. Allison is here to help you reach your goals and work through any issues you may be facing. Call today to learn more! (817) 201-2444

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