Jennifer Foust, Ph.D., M.S., LPC (Clinical Director)

Dr. Foust (she/her/hers) has been practicing individual, couples, sex therapy, and family therapy for over twenty years (resume). Dr. Foust has developed an expertise in the areas of addictions, anxiety, grief, mood disorders, chronic pain, infidelity, sexual dysfunction, sexuality and relationships concerns. She works with adolescents and adults. She utilizes humanistic, cognitive-behavioral and systems perspectives in her work with clients. Dr. Foust is very collaborative with her clients and believes in assisting clients in meeting goals that allows them to lead their most authentic and fulfilling life possible.

Dr. Foust has experience with developing clinical programs as well as effectively supervising therapists. She has worked in a variety of different settings including residential, in-home, intensive outpatient, clinic-based, and private practice which have all influenced her clinical and supervising skills. Dr. Foust has also designed and led therapy groups on various topics. Dr. Foust's expertise has been used in articles, television and radio.

Dr. Foust received her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology from Millersville University in Pennsylvania. She received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts. She then completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Sexuality from Widener University in Pennsylvania. Dr. Foust is a Certified Sex Therapist through The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT). She is an active member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), AASECT, and The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC).

Jennifer Foust, Ph.D., M.S., LPC (Clinical Director)'s Resume

NPI: 1003907924


  • Pennsylvania: PC003777
  • New Jersey: 37PC00766600
  • Georgia: LPC008940
  • Florida: MH11693

Jennifer Foust, Ph.D., M.S., LPC (Clinical Director)’s Latest TIPs:

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Teens and COVID-19
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COVID-19 and Anxiety Thoughts
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The uncertainty of COVID-19 has created anxiety for many people. COVID-19 changed many of our routines and daily life almost overnight which creates anxiety for many. While anxiety is a … Read More

Changing Core Beliefs
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Many people who struggle with anxiety have negative core beliefs that contribute to their symptoms. The good news is that we can work on changing negative core beliefs whether they … Read More

Resolving Shame
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What exactly is shame? Shame is the feeling that results from how we negatively judge ourselves about an action we did. Actions that create shame are ones that we want … Read More