Institute of Playful Healing
108 Robin Rd, Suite 2006
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Helping navigate life's journey
Aimee L. Jennings, MS, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S). She has worked in the field of psychology for 21 years. In her current position as Program Coordinator she supervises 18 counselors and counseling interns in a school-based counseling program. Mrs. Jennings maintains a part-time private practice in which she works with children, adolescents, and adults with a focus on play therapy. She has extensive experience working with children and families in outpatient settings and has developed a rich knowledge of developmental and therapeutic concepts. Mrs. Jennings’ empathy-based and holistic approach to therapy blends well with her theoretical orientations and incorporation of mindfulness into her therapeutic style. Aimee has recently decided to begin offering supervision for licensure and/or play therapy, look for her supervision page coming soon!
Sean P. Jennings, Psy.D., is a Licensed Psychologist and a Registered Play Therapist - Supervisor who began working in the field of psychology in 1988. Currently he is a tenured professor of Psychological Sciences at Valencia College and maintains an active private practice. Dr. Jennings performs Psychological, Psycheducational, and Psychosexual evaluations. He has extensive experience evaluating and treating children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families that have incurred abuse and neglect. He has worked extensively with sexual offenders and has gained a deep understanding of the dynamics between victims and perpetrators. Dr. Jennings is a trauma specialist and works a great deal with individuals with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. He has worked with high conflict divorce and was part of a highly successful pilot project within the 9th Circuit Court of Florida. Dr. Jennings is well versed in family systems and attachment factors related to resiliency and obstacles to recovery. He has comprehensive understanding and lengthy experience in utilizing play therapy techniques with children and families.
Dr. Jennings is an expressive arts therapist and teaches a graduate class in the expressive arts for Stetson University's Play Therapy Program. Though he treats many people with significant difficulties, many of his clients do not have formal diagnoses. They are looking to gain greater insight and self-knowledge.
Dr. Jennings has been a consultant to the Department of Corrections, Department of Children Families, Guardian ad Litem offices throughout the State of Florida, and various local agencies involved in foster care services, case management, and counseling services. Dr. Jennings has been a presenter at international, regional, state, and local conferences.
The founders of the Institute of Playful Healing: