Jennifer Cory is a psychotherapist specializing in individual, couples and group dynamics with adult and young adult clients. She maintains a private practice in Red Bank, New Jersey, has been on the faculty at Monmouth University, is currently co-director of the Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology program at the NY Open Center, serves as chair of the board for an 85-year-old logistics company, and is a founding member of the Dean's Council for the School of Social Work at Monmouth University.
Jennifer received her undergraduate degree from Monmouth University, where she graduated magna cum laude; is a graduate of Columbia Univesity where she received a Master of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice from the School of Social Work; and holds a Master in Applied Positive Psychology degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where she received an award of distinction for her dissertation on resilience and chronic illness.
Her areas of expertise include bereavement and traumatic loss, parent education and support, women and couples in transition, resilience development in chronic and degenerative illness, end of life issues, helping to reignite passion at every stage of life, and support/counseling for those in alternative lifestyles.
Jennifer is an interactive, empathic therapist who uses both insight oriented and cognative behavioral based approaches to help clients evolve and effectively address interpersonal and professional challenges . She couples complementary methodologies with wisdom, compassion and understanding, and works to help clients build on their strengths and evolve emotionally as they face the challenges at hand.
University of Pennsylvania, MAPP, Master of Applied Positive Psychology
Columbia University, MS, Master of Science in Clinical Social Work
Monmouth University, BSW, Bachelor of Social Work
National Association of Social Workers
Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group