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  Jennifer Evans, Psy.D.   Licensed Psychologist

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Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapy       Anxiety, Depression, Adjustment, Identity Issues 


Jennifer Evans, Psy.D.
Licensed psychologist
Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapy
 Vita      Vita.pdf



Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, 2010
Alliant International University,
California School of  Professional Psychology, San Fransisco, CA   (APA-accredited)




B.S. Psychology, cum laude, 2002
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL


University Counseling Center
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA















CPANCF.COM Website Articles on Anxiety

Anxiety Disoders: The Basics:

Social Anxiety Disorder: Definitions and Manifestations

Overcoming Social Anxiety Disorder














Jennifer Evans, Psy.D. earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology (at Alliant International University) in San Francisco, CA. She completed an APA-approved predoctoral internship and a Multicultural Postdoctoral Residency at San Jose State University’s Counseling Services. She was first licensed as a psychologist in California in 2011, and has been licensed as a Florida Licensed Psychologist since 2014.

Dr. Evans has experience providing individual and group therapy to adolescents and adults in community mental health, substance abuse facilities, and college counseling centers. Dr. Evans brings experience with a broad range of psychiatric and psychological issues to our practice as well as interests in helping individuals examine and work with issues relating to the intersection of identity and social, cultural, and systemic impacts.

Much of Dr. Evan’s psychotherapeutic emphasis has focused on individuals diagnosed with anxiety disorders, social anxiety disorder, depression, alcohol and substance abuse, ADHD and learning difficulties. Her therapeutic focus also includes stress management and adjustment issues, trauma, women’s issues, social skills difficulties, gender identity and sexuality issues, and cultural identity concerns.

Dr. Evans incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other psychological treatment approaches in her work with patients. Her perspective benefits from her interest in multicultural feminist psychology, as well as strong interest and experience in exploring and assisting individuals with self-concept, self-esteem, identity, and the process of personal growth and change. Her focus involves examining and working on thoughts and behaviors which may negatively impact resiliency, self-concept, adjustment or mood and working through a process of exploration and change.

Dr. Evans has experience and training in serving a diverse set of populations suffering from milder to more severe ranges of life difficulties and psychopathology. She has provided individual therapy, family therapy, and/or case management to college-age students, adolescents and family members involved in residential treatment for addictions, individuals with severe or debilitating mental illness, and with HIV-positive patients in a community mental health setting. Dr. Evans has experience in providing group therapy to adults, children and adolescent. She has provided group therapy to college students, and group therapy to children and adolescents with social skills deficits.

Dr. Evans has a high level of specialty expertise in providing mental health services to LGBTQ clients and communities (particularly transgender clients) to the CPANCF staff. Dr. Evans has provided training to medical and mental health care providers in the provision of culturally sensitive services to transgender clients, including utilization of the WPATH Standards of Care. Dr. Evans was integral in the program development, implementation, and evaluation of the Safe Zone training program at the University of Central Florida.

 Member, American Psychological Association
 Member, World Professional Organization of Transgender Health (WPATH)
 President, North Central Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association

 Articles on our website by Dr. Evans

 Popular CPANCF Articles, Presentations and Resources


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