Jacquelyn Lorenzini, LAC, NCC

Jacquelyn Lorenzini, LAC, NCCJacquelyn Lorenzini, LAC, NCC

Bethany Commons, Hazlet Office / Telehealth

Jacquelyn completed her undergraduate education at Montclair State University and obtained a Master’s degree from Rider University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She completed her clinical internship at High Focus Centers and trained under supervision in a higher level of care setting including a PHP/ IOP program working with a diverse population including adolescents, and adults. Her experiences include facilitating individual, family sessions, and group therapy.

Jacquelyn has experience working with adolescents, and adults using various theoretical models and techniques. Jacquelyn draws from a diverse theoretical orientation in her clinical work and utilizes techniques such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Person- centered approach. She is experienced with working with a broad range of presenting problems such as substance abuse, personality disorders, mood disorders, trauma, self-harm, depression, and anxiety.






Areas Treated:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Panic Disorder

  • LGBTQIA+ issues

  • Adolescents, and Adults

  • Mood Disorders

  • Self- Harm

  • Trauma issues


Jacquelyn’s Specialty Areas:

Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Jacquelyn uses various mindfulness and body-awareness techniques to increase life satisfaction measures and decrease any symptoms of anxiety and depression. She integrates principles of cognitive behavior therapy with various mindfulness techniques to bridge mind and body awareness including breathing techniques, meditation, and grounding techniques.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Jacquelyn has experience facilitating DBT-informed groups on the four pillars of DBT including mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance, and emotion regulation. Jacquelyn integrates mindfulness techniques, ways to reframe thoughts, effective communication skills, and educates ways for the individual to learn how to regulate their own emotions.

Professional Memberships – NBCC



  1. Why did you choose to become a therapist?
    I chose to become a therapist because I witnessed this work in a professional manner at a younger age and that passion always stuck with me in school throughout the years and personally.
  2. What do you love most about being a therapist?
    One of the main things I love about being a therapist is able to help guide my clients to understanding themselves more and growing their self- esteem with helping them work through their struggles and understanding their symptoms to best help themselves.
  3. What improvements have you seen with your clients in general?
    Improvements I have seen with my clients is the understanding of boundaries and implementing them with themselves and others around them. As well as learning which coping skills work best for them to help take care of themselves.
  4. How would you describe your personality?
    To best describe my personality is understanding, warm, humorous with showing compassion and love talking about similar interests with clients to provide comfort while in sessions.
  5. How would you best describe your style, interventions used, area of focus as a therapist:
    I like to follow the client’s needs and openness of what they currently need. My style is allowing the client have a place to explore themselves and their feelings as well as their struggles and mental health symptoms they are dealing with. Interventions I typically use is thought challenging techniques, teaching mindfulness techniques that best match the client, teaching feeling words and how to use them,  reframing negative language, communication skill building, and psychoeducation to help clients understand their symptoms and how they show up for the client.
  6. What is your favorite quote? (list quote and author)
    “Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.” Dumbledore from the Harry potter Series.