top of page
Roland Jennings, LCSW-C


Salisbury University, MSW

Salisbury University, BA Psychology

Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Services Provided

Individual therapy for children and adults

Couples and Family THerapy

DBT Skills Training

Areas of Specialization

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


Roland Jennings, LCSW-C


Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

Roland is a licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 8 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults.  Roland has worked in private practice for the past 2 years. Prior to that he worked in community outpatient settings. Roland has worked with clients in a variety of capacities from school-based mental health to outpatient individual, group, and family therapy. Roland completed a Comprehensive Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in 2014.  DBT is designed to use acceptance and change strategies to help individuals build a life worth living. Using this evidence based model, Roland established a DBT skills training group. He has also been trained in Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), which focuses on giving children the tools they need to overcome traumatic experiences.  


Philosophy of Care

Biologically speaking, some people experience thoughts, feelings, and events more intensely than others. They also may experience a higher baseline of emotional intensity.  It takes more time to get over things that other people can seemingly overcome without any difficulty. Depending on a person’s upbringing and social/environmental experiences, it may be more difficult to manage these reactions.  When our emotions are out of balance, we tend to act as such. As a result of behaviorally responding to these emotions, we tend to see changes in our relationships and sense of self as well. Whether it’s anxiety or fear, depression or hopelessness, or a general low sense of well-being, it takes courage to seek help.  Sometimes that is the most difficult step. Generally speaking, the best thing I could ever do is to help you get to where you want to be. We’re two equals moving toward a destination; you are the captain and I’m your co-pilot, let’s make today the first step toward feeling better.


bottom of page