Loren Jolley, MA
Predoctoral Psychological Assistant
Loren enjoys working with adults throughout the lifespan facing challenges related to relational conflict, identity formation, and mental well-being concerns.
Her experience has fueled her passion for walking with individuals and couples as they face prior wounds and challenges with their mental health, their relationships, and their relationship with their community. She considers the most important aspects of her work with her clients to include exploring influences on identity formation, how religion and relationships help manage or maintain stress, and how already present strengths may be utilized in facing challenges.
Loren enjoys working with individuals to develop a trusting relationship through which she can help clients face the reasons that brought them to seek an ally and find the light in their life that fuels their strength and perseverance. Loren uses a systems and strength-based approach in her work to help remind her clients that they are the ones truly guiding the progress they see. She is ready to walk with her clients on a path towards healing, growth, and freedom.
• Identity Issues
• Couples Counseling
• Family Conflict
• Relationship Struggles
• Individual Adults
• MA in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University
• PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University (in progress)