Jessica Endres, LCSW

Jessica was born and raised near Phoenix Arizona and later moved to Utah to attend Utah Valley University. She joined the New Haven team as a residential staff in 2008 and later worked as a shift supervisor. She has loved the opportunity to connect and support adolescents around the difficult, as well as the beautiful aspects that life has to offer. Jessica believes in the power of experiential interventions and using a relationship-based approach to facilitate hope, healing and growth within individuals and families.

Jessica enjoys music, being outdoors, hiking, snowboarding, and playing volleyball. She especially loves to travel the world, meet new people and learn about new cultures.

While at Utah Valley University she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science, emphasis in Psychology. During her time at UVU she was also a member of their Division 1 Women’s Volleyball team. She had the wonderful opportunity to travel the country and compete against other Universities.

A few years later, Jessica attended Brigham Young University to earn her Master’s degree in Social Work. Prior to returning to New Haven as a therapist, Jessica worked with individuals in an outpatient setting as well as at an adoption agency. She also worked closely with birth mothers who were in the process of placing their child for adoption. Areas that Jessica is passionate about include attachment, mood disorders, addiction and identity work.