About Jennifer Wilson
Jennifer Wilson has been counseling at the University of Arizona since 2002. For her first two years she was a specialist working with survivors under a federally-funded grant at The Oasis Center Against Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence. In 2004 she joined CAPS and has worked in a variety of roles. She previously worked in Tucson providing community behavioral health counseling to adults.
Degree & License
Jennifer earned her bachelor's degree in psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, followed by her master's degree at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) with the state board of Arizona.
Role at CAPS
Jennifer offers brief individual counseling, support groups for graduate students, triage, and care coordination services. She is the Supervisor of Clinical Care Coordination.
Clinical Interests & Specialties
Jennifer is a generalist and helps students experiencing anxiety, depression, self-esteem, periods of transition and adjustment, sexual assault and relationship trauma. She particularly enjoys working with graduate students from the United States and other countries.
Jennifer primarily uses cognitive-behavioral approaches, working collaboratively with students toward their goals for treatment.