Dr. Jenna Renfroe, Ph.D., ABPP

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Quality Care You Can Count On.

Do you or someone you love have a brain health challenge? Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury/concussion, mild cognitive impairment, multiple sclerosis, ADHD, problems with concentration or memory? Good news. I’m a board certified neuropsychologist, and we can handle that together. I know what these challenges mean, both scientifically and how they affect you as a person, your relationships, and your day to day functioning. But it doesn’t end here. There is hope. You are more than your brain.


Are you a so-called empath, overachiever, perfectionist or riddled with anxiety? Welcome. You are my people. I feel you. Has life all just become a little too much and you need some space to process it? Boy, isn’t that the truth.

Fact is, our pesky little brains can play all kinds of tricks on us, by nature of the way they evolved and how we are wired, but we are bigger than our brains. We can learn to tame them. There is a load of untapped potential in that beautiful space between your ears.

You and I will work together, using evidence-based treatments, to set goals and figure out how to get you unstuck and - better yet - thriving, working towards living your best and most meaningful life, one full of purpose.

Feel broken? It’s okay. We all are. Don’t know where to start? Also okay. Don’t feel like you need to have it all together. Just show up. Come on in. There’s a seat at the table here, for everyone. No judgment. An open space, for you to come as you are. Truth is, we could all use a little more of that in our lives. Welcome. Let’s do this together.



Stress, Anxiety, and Life Changes

Has life become too much?  Feeling anxious, overwhelmed, uptight?  

Brain Health & Chronic Illness 

Do you or someone you love have a brain health challenge?

Memory Concerns

Do you have concerns about recent changes in memory that you have noticed in yourself or someone you love?

Caregiver Support

Does someone you love depend on you?  Is this leading to feelings of overwhelm, isolation, loneliness, guilt, or resentment?