Now Offering Telehealth for the Rocky Mountains and Beyond

Contact Us
(970) 761-2249 Fax: 970-761-2148 Email

Jennifer Zuccone, LSW, CCHt

(602) 820-5193 | jenn.mindsinmotion@gmail.com

Jennifer “Jenn” Zuccone has been with Minds in Motion since 2015 working with individuals to support them on their unique healing journeys. She is a graduate of the 300 hour clinical hypnotherapy program and a graduate of the 100 hour life coaching program at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. She is certified as a Transpersonal Hypnotherapist by the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists and is certified as a clinical hypnotherapist through the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE) as well as the International Medical/Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA). Jenn is trained in EMDR therapy, attending the Maiberger Institute in Boulder, CO. In addition to her post graduate training, Jennifer draws upon her undergraduate degree in psychology, her master’s degree in social work and her own personal life experiences to empower clients to access their own healing abilities and greatness within themselves.

More recently, Jenn has expanded her work to assist first responders and their families with the unique experiences they have. She understands and relates to the unique issues of first responder trauma, the impact on their families, and the complexities that arise, as she grew up in a first responder family with her father being a fire captain and her younger brother being a police sergeant. In addition to her personal experience training in hypnotherapy and EMDR, Jennifer has experience addressing addiction, co-dependency, PTSD/trauma, perfectionism and grief with clients. Besides working with individual clients, Jennifer enjoys facilitating empowering workshops for women. These workshops have included the topics of learning to love the self, living in your soul’s purpose, body appreciation, and women in transition. She also enjoys teaching meditation classes.

Jennifer is married with two children. As part of her self-care practice and honoring of her heart, she enjoys being out in nature with her dogs hiking or snow shoeing and meditating. During her free time, Jennifer volunteers to assist with developing educational opportunities in her community, spends quality time with her family, reads, and travels.