Jenny Deitz, MA, LMFT-S 


Jenny began her career as a therapist by completing a rigorous Master's program in Family Therapy through the University of Houston Clear Lake. After which, Jenny began a private practice focusing her work towards those struggling with eating disorders and self-image concerns. Jenny believes her training in Marriage and Family Therapy only enhances her ability to work with these individuals, as those struggling often benefit from the support of their loved ones. In short, Jenny believes that the work done in therapy is a process that one journeys through to discover new worth, value, and purpose.  

As a State Approved Supervisor of Marriage and Family Therapy Interns, Jenny equips new therapists in their journey to become caring, authentic professionals who empower clients to achieve their goals. 


In her own words...

Who am I? ​

I am a compassionate person who seeks to help others discover their own inherent worth and beauty. ​


What is my educational background?
I have received my Bachelor’s Education from the University of Houston (2006) and my Master’s Education from the University of Houston – Clear Lake (2012). As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I have also completed 3000 hours of clinical practice and supervision.  


Who do I work with?
I enjoy working with women of all ages who are struggling with their self-worth, body-image, and/or an eating disorder.

How do I work with my clients?
I work diligently to understand how my clients experience the world around them and do my best to journey with my clients in a way that empowers them to believe in the truth of their inherent worth and beauty. ​


What can you expect in a therapy session with me?
​In an individual session, we spend approximately 60 minutes talking about different emotions and how they can get tangled in a confusing web mixed with truth and lies about yourself and others. 

In a couple/family session, we spend approximately 75 minutes talking about each family member's experience and how they play into the relationship patterns we all have in place with those who mean a great deal to us.

Current LMFT Associates Under the Supervision of Jenny Deitz, MA, LMFT-S
Melissa Cameron, LMFT Associate
Chamara Thomas, MFT Intern

Carl Jung once stated, "The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no one recipe for living that suits all cases". Therapy is not a "one fits all" experience, however, it is to be tailored to one's unique situation. Chamara Thomas is a Marriage and Family Student Therapist at Capella University, looking to specialize in blended families. Raised as a stepchild herself, and now the proud bonus mother of two children, she understands the challenges that can arise when blending two families. While blended families are her niche, they are not her encompassing focus. Chamara is currently working with men and women who are survivors of domestic violence.  Chamara is knowledgeable in a multitude of therapeutic interventions used to create change and growth in adolescence and adults.

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After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Liberty University in 2015, Melissa entered her Master’s program that same year. She completed her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2019, which included a 12-month dual internship working with children, adolescents, and adults. In addition to her rigorous clinical experience, Melissa has a heart for helping people. For families, couples, and individuals dealing with painful situations, Melissa wants to be able to be a conduit of hope in a world that can sometimes seem hopeless.