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Jeni Wade, LCSW

Jeni Wade, LCSW-S

Cockrell School of Engineering

Master's of Science in Social Work (MSSW), University of Texas at Austin
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board-approved Supervisor (LCSW-S), Texas

Meet your counselor

Below is a video that will provide you with a chance to hear more about the CARE program from your college CARE counselor.

Jeni Wade (pronouns: she/her) is a Clinical Social Worker in the Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE) Program, where she provides mental health services to students in the Cockrell School of Engineering (CSE). She works with individuals, facilitates group therapy and meets with CSE students needing crisis support. In addition to her clinical work, Jeni provides workshops and outreach to CSE students as well as consultation and training to CSE staff and faculty to promote student well-being. Jeni’s clinical interests include helping students navigate life transitions and relationship changes, family concerns, healing from loss and trauma, coping with anxiety and depression, and cultivating resilience. She is a culturally-responsive therapist who knows that students’ identities and their social context are central to understanding the stressors they face and their sources of strength. Jeni’s therapeutic approach is rooted in the use of mindfulness and emotion regulation to strengthen clients’ relationships with themselves and others.

CARE Clinical Services

  • Students are primarily referred by CSE staff or faculty member. Students interested in learning more about resources to support their mental health can contact Jeni directly by phone: 512-471-8396.
  • Jeni will assess student needs and offer appropriate services (e.g. short-term counseling, resources and referrals, crisis intervention, and groups)

Trainings and Workshops

  • Offered to students and staff
  • Topics vary (e.g. mindfulness, coping with stress, test anxiety, assisting student in distress)

Consultation

  • Available to consult one-on-one and in meetings/groups. Please contact Jeni for more information.

Cockrell School of Engineering

Engineering Education and Research Center
Located in Engineering Student Services South, EER 2.848
(512) 471-8396
Please leave a message.
Office Hours: Tuesday 1-2pm, Friday 10-11am (Note: Office Hours will be conducted virtually during the fall 2020 semester. Students may leave a voicemail for Jeni at any time, and she will return contact during her office hours.)

For more information about mental health services on campus: cmhc.utexas.edu



CARE Staff

Nic Dahlberg, LPC
College of Natural Sciences

Laura Dupuis, LCSW-S
CMHC Assistant Director for CARE
Steve Hicks School of Social work

Toby Leblanc, LPC-S
McCombs School of Business
Jackson School of Geosciences

Cassandra Moreno, LPC
College of Liberal Arts

Andrea Ortega, LCSW-S
College of Natural Sciences

Gretchen Rees, LCSW-S
School of Nursing
Dell Medical School
College of Pharmacy

Laura Sandoval-Sweeney, LCSW
College of Liberal Arts

Abby Simpson, LCSW
School of Architecture
Moody College of Communication

Maria Timm, PhD
College of Fine Arts
School of Law

Jeni Wade, LCSW-S
Cockrell College of Engineering

Danie White, LPC, LMFT
School of Undergraduate Studies
College of Education
University Housing and Dining


For more information about the CARE Program contact:
Laura Dupuis, LCSW (512) 475-6914

CARE main page






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