Jennifer (Shin-Pei) Ho, MA

Staff Psychologist

Other Languages: Mandarin/普通話


MA, Gender Studies, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
BS, Psychology, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan

Professional Interests

Jennifer has experience in individual therapy with diverse adults and young adults struggling with adjustment difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, interpersonal challenges, and substance use. She has also worked with clients coming to therapy with goals of improving self-esteem and/or striving for self-actualization. 

In terms of research, Jennifer’s research interests include feminist pedagogy, social justice theory, multicultural clinical supervision, LGBTQ issues, and international students’ well-being.  

Approach to Therapy

Jennifer’s style is collaborative, empathic, and non-judgmental. She works from an integrative approach tailoring her interventions to best suit the particular needs of each client, including elements from psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and mindfulness-based stress reduction. Jennifer enjoys working with all populations. She is also an LGBTQ ally.    

Approach to Wellness

Jennifer enjoys a balance of outdoor activities (hiking in the summer, skiing in the winter) and indoor activities (reading, crafting, playing piano), and at times, a mixture- sketching in nature.