About Jennifer Holt

FNIHB (Health Canada) Approved Mental Health Service Provider

CCPA Certified

Jennifer Holt is an established Psychotherapist with over 21 years of experience in professional practice. She is qualified as an Expert Witness and graduated from The University of Western Ontario in 1998 with a Masters Degree in Education (Counselling Psychology).

Currently, Jennifer owns the private practice, Holt Counselling & Consulting Services located in London, Ontario. She also travels throughout south-western Ontario to provide services for clients whom otherwise would be unable to attend counselling.

Prior to opening her private practice, Jennifer has had several job titles such as Counsellor, Manager, and Sex Offender Specialist. She has worked for non-profit agencies such as: Changing Ways – helping men end men’s violence against women and children; Womanpower Inc. – helping women find employment; and the Sexual Assault Centre of London (SACL) for female survivors of sexual assault.

As a teacher and guest lecturer, Jennifer regularly shares her knowledge and experiences with students at The University of Western Ontario,  Althouse College, King’s College, and Fanshawe College.

Her accomplishments are numerous and varied, as are her affiliations with career related organizations and institutions. For more details about Jennifer Holt, access a pdf of her complete Curriculum Vitae.

Specializing In

  • works with both adult and adolescent males and females who have committed, or been accused of committing a sexual offence.
  • has worked extensively with male sexual abuse survivors who have gone on to perpetrate sexual violence.
  • spent years counselling the non-offending parent of a child(ren) who has been sexually or violently abused.
  • has experience working with female and male sexual abuse and domestic abuse survivors.
  • has worked with individuals who have struggled with anger management issues.
  • provides risk assessments for individuals who have charges in front of the courts, as well as individuals who are presently involved with the Children’s Aid Society, or who are presently serving a provincial probation term.
  • Motivational interviewing techniques

"Every person deserves to be treated with respect and dignity"


Appointments by: Phone, or Secure Encrypted Video Conference

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