Jennifer Kuck – Co-Owner / Bilingual Therapist Ed.S., LMFT, LPC, CSAT-S, CPCS, AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Jenni is an owner at the Atlanta Relationship Institute, and she supervises a talented group of clinicians. She takes a compassionate, solution- focused approach in supervising therapists working with all ages to provide individual, couples, and family therapy. She specializes in teaching healing modalities that allow for the healing of relationship struggles such as communication and conflict resolution, strengthening connection, working to resolve sexual and behavioral addictions, and support for affair recovery and betrayal trauma. She also provides Discernment Counseling for complex couple trauma, helping couples make informed choices about the future of their relationship. Jenni teaches clinicians to work with children, helping them communicate through play therapy using adventure, art, and sand tray to heal from trauma, abuse/neglect, loss, and divorce, and provides parenting interventions for the parents of the children served at ARI. Jenni works through a trauma-focused lens in both her supervision and clinical work, helping clinicians and clients create a safe space for individual and relational healing. She also provides services in Spanish.


  • Master’s & Specialist Degrees
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor
  • AAMFT Approved Supervisor, & Certified Trauma Specialist
  • Credentials conferred by the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals (IITAP) include:
  • Certified Sex Addiction Therapist – Supervisor
  • Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist
  • Sexual Addiction Specialist
  • Financial Disorders Specialist
  • Current Doctorate Student
  • Certified in Discernment Counseling

Therapy Specialities

Betrayal Trauma

Partners experiencing betrayal trauma experience symptoms similar to post-traumatic stress such as flashbacks of the experience when you first learned of your partner’s betrayal and fear or anxiety that it’s happening again.

Play Therapy

During the play therapy session, the play therapist provides specifically selected play materials to facilitate the child’s expression of feelings, thoughts, experiences, and behaviors.

Infidelity Recovery

Couples can heal from infidelity, building even stronger relationships. Taking ownership for their actions, partners learn to make amends and begin rebuilding trust and connection.

What do all those initials mean?
  • ACS – Approved Clinical Supervisor
  • CAP – Certified Addictions Professional
  • CRC – Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Ed.D. – Doctor of Education
  • Ed.S. – Education Specialist
  • LAPC – Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
  • LPC – Licensed Professional Counselor
  • M.Ed. – Master of Education
  • MS – Master of Science
  • MSW – Master of Social Work
  • NCC – National Certified Counselor