Jennifer McCord, BS

Jennifer is a graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Language Science and Technology from Northern Arizona University.

Prior to onboarding at Rock Your Family, Jennifer worked for more than twenty years with youth in several capacities. For the past five years she has held a position on the advisory board for the Colorado Springs Fire Department Explorer Post and volunteers for the International Association of Fire Fighters annual Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial. She has a passion for helping adults, couples, first responders, military members, and their families.

Jennifer believes that each individual has a unique journey which has impacted their life in a distinct manner. Additionally, she understands that individuals respond to therapeutic modalities in a myriad of ways. With this in mind, she incorporates a diverse array of therapeutic philosophies in order to create a personalized treatment plan for each client.

Jennifer seeks to create a therapeutic environment of confidentiality and empowerment while offering the tools to assist individuals in meeting their specific mental health goals. She implements concepts from a number of therapeutic theories such as person-centered, narrative, cognitive behavioral and solutions-focused therapy.

She moved with her family to Colorado Springs in 2016. She and her husband of twenty-five years have two adult sons and a French Bulldog. Moving to Colorado has been a tremendous blessing and she appreciates all the outdoor activities this state has to offer. While she loves hiking and exploring nature, she is also an avid reader and enjoys sitting by a cozy fire with a wonderful book.

Jennifer McCord
Intern (Rate = $80/hr.)
Supervised by J.P. Mertens
Location: North Office, 12295 Oracle Blvd. STE 330


  • Individual
  • Marriage
  • Family
  • Premarital
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Military and First Responders
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Compulsive Behaviors
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma and Abuse