Jenny Walters, MA, LMFT

Jenny Walters MA, LMFT

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Professional Background

Jenny Walters has been a therapist since 2012. She studied Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute and specializes in working with the adult children of narcissists and emotionally immature parents, Highly Sensitive People and empaths. Jenny works from an integrative and depth psychotherapy approach, believing that our unconscious beliefs shape our outside lives. Through trauma therapy and a healing therapeutic relationship, these beliefs are uncovered, acknowledged and integrated, empowering the client with resilience and agency. This holistic treatment style is based in the idea that we are not broken or a diagnosis to be fixed, rather a whole person whose entire lived experience holds value and an opportunity for healing.

Jenny is the founder and Clinical Director for Highland Park Holistic Psychotherapy in Los Angeles, CA, a group practice dedicated to a holistic approach to psychotherapy rooted in inclusivity, anti-racism, and social justice as it intersects with mental health.


MA in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute

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Jenny Walters, a therapist since 2012, specializes in Depth Psychology, focusing on adult children of narcissists, Highly Sensitive People, and empaths. She employs trauma therapy and a holistic approach, emphasizing the integration of unconscious beliefs to empower clients. As the founder and Clinical Director of Highland Park Holistic Psychotherapy in Los Angeles, CA, she promotes inclusivity, anti-racism, and social justice in mental health.

Jenny Walters utilizes a range of therapeutic techniques in her practice, such as:

Highly Sensitive Person

Highly Sensitive Person (HSP): Definition, Signs, & Strengths

Highly sensitive persons (HSP) are ultra-aware of sensory input, other people, and their environment. Heightened sensitivity is a personality trait often resulting in increased conscientiousness, meticulousness, and empathy. For some, seeking mental health support can help HSPs develop coping skills, maintain appropriate boundaries, navigate relationships, and build strengths.

May 5, 2021