Jenna DiLossi, Psy.D., LPC

Counselor

Co-Founder of the Center for Hope & Health, LLC

63 West Lancaster Avenue
Suite 5
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003

Narrative of Services:

The Center for Hope & Health is a specialty practice that provides cutting-edge evidence-based individual treatment for adults and adolescents with OCD, PTSD, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, specific phobias, Panic Disorder, eating disorders, maladaptive perfectionism, and body image dissatisfaction. We treat individuals aged 14 +. While the majority of our patients are women, we treat all genders. We offer family sessions geared toward support of the identified patient on an as needed basis. A psychiatrist and registered dietitian work in our office as well.

Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels: Yes

Training Description:

I received a master’s degree in 2011, an active license as a professional counselor in PA in 2013, and a Psy.D. degree in 2016. I am in my second year of post-doctoral training at the Center for the Treatment & Study of Anxiety at the University of Pennsylvania. I completed their intensive training workshops on both EXRP for OCD and Prolonged Exposure for PTSD; I have received weekly individual and group supervision from their expert psychologists. I have also been treating eating disorders for the past 8 years, with expertise and specialized training in evidence-based treatment protocols.

Diversity Statement: 

Race/Ethnicity: White, Caucasian, or European American

The institution wherein I received my master’s and doctoral education is located in Philadelphia and served as a treatment clinic for the underserved community. The program emphasized multicultural competency, with a special focus on providing effective, evidence-based treatment to the underserved. My pre-doctoral internship was at a community mental health agency that serviced a primarily medicaid-funded population. I treated individuals of all ages, races, and ethnicities during that training year in a variety of settings (i.e., home-based, outpatient clinic, crisis intervention, and mental health court).