Jennifer Wolff brings 33 years of administrative and clinical experience in the mental health field working in both the private and public sector. She has served as the Senior Crisis Consultant for national companies, conducts threat assessments (workplace violence) statewide and nationally, serves in the behavioral health field for the SC Army and Air National Guard and has been conducting critical incident stress debriefings for the past 22 years. She has worked actively with law enforcement, first responders and military personnel in the aftermath of exposure to traumatic events and played an active role assisting in national tragedies such as the Boston Marathon Bombing, Aurora/Lafayette theatre shootings, and the Charleston Church Shooting. Jennifer serves on various EAP provider networks, has worked globally in the area of domestic terrorism, has served on several speaker panels such as 'Suicide In The Workplace" and "Military Sexual Trauma" and trains nationally in the areas of Corporate Crisis Management, Active Shooter Training and Workplace Violence Prevention.
A board approved supervisor for LISW licensure, Jennifer served as an adjunct instructor (graduate level) University of South Carolina, and is a Certified Trauma Treatment Specialist, one of seven in the state of South Carolina, and sponsor under the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors (Association for Traumatic Stress Specialists), Medical Advisory Board (Blue Cross/Blue Shield) and is part of the leadership board for the Trauma Informed Practice program at Columbia College. Areas of specialty include PTSD/trauma recovery, disaster management, grief/loss, child/adolescent behavior disorders, threat assessments, divorce/custody coparenting, EMDR, and life coaching. She has qualified as an expert witness throughout the state in domestic violence, sexual assault and PTSD/combat stress and is a frequent guest interviewer on local TV newscast such as WLTX WIS TV.
Jennifer is also a wife to her husband of 29 years, Rod, and mother to son Jamie, 19 years old, a freshman in college.