Jennifer Harned Adams, Ph.D.

Jennifer Harned Adams, Ph.D.
360 S Monroe St #390 Denver, CO 80220

Jennifer Harned Adams, Ph.D.

I am a licensed psychologist with a specialty in womens' reproductive health. I earned my doctoral degree in clinical psychology in 2003 from the University of Houston in Houston, TX. I completed my clinical internship at the University of Texas - Houston Health Sciences Center, and went on to complete an additional three years of post-doctoral training in psychosocial oncology and reproductive health at the University of Texas- M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. I am also certified in the Domar Mind-Body Program for Infertility and as a Certified Gottman EducatorTM. I hold an academic appointment as a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Denver and was therapist for the Kempe Center Post-Partum Depression Intervention Program. I am a professional member of Postpartum Support International, Resolve and The American Society of Reproductive Medicine.As both a psychologist and a mom to two small children, I recognize the joys and challenges associated with the journey to parenthood.
Years In Practice 15
Primary Specialty


Gender Female
Education University of Houston in Houston, TX
Office Staff Dr Jennifer Harned Adams
Payment Options Cash, check and all major credit cards accepted for payment.

I do not accept insurance for payment for psychotherapy services.

Services Are you hoping to become a mother but are having difficulty achieving that goal? Are you currently experiencing a high-risk pregnancy and experiencing distress? Are you a new mom, and finding that you aren't enjoying motherhood as you had hoped? Are you a woman at any stage of life, coping with a serious or chronic illness such as cancer and need support? Reach out for support from someone who understands the complex relationship between health and well-being in women. In order to live life to the fullest as a woman, mother and partner, it is important to have wellness of mind and body. If you've been diagnosed with a chronic or serious health problem, counseling may help you adjust to this new aspect of your life and help you to make important lifestyle changes. If you are hoping to become a mom and are having difficulty reaching that goal, or you are pregnant or a new mother and feelings of depression or anxiety are impacting your ability to enjoy motherhood, counseling may help you on your journey.As a clinical psychologist with post-doctoral training in psychosocial oncology and women's reproductive health, I enjoy sharing my knowledge and expertise with women to help them feel their best and reach their goals as women, mothers and partners.
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