Lake Worth Therapist Jenny Cezar

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Jenny Cezar, LCSW

Jenny Cezar, lCSW

Address: 8401 Lake Worth Road, Suite 209, Lake Worth, Florida 33467

Phone: (804) 721-9615





Jenny Cezar is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker of Florida and Virginia, specializing in the treatment of people who have faced attachment trauma. She received her BA (Social Work, Minor in Philosophy & Religious Studies) from Christopher Newport University and her MSW (Clinical) at Virginia Commonwealth University. She started her journey stabilizing high-risk youth and adults with community-based, intensive in-home, trauma-informed therapy. Upon moving to Florida a few years ago, she has treated those impacted by trauma, substance abuse, eating disorders, and dual-diagnoses in an IOP/PHP treatment center setting.

She is now in full-time private practice in Lake Worth, FL, where she continues her passion for lifelong learning. She is an active member of the Mental Health Counselor’s Association (MHCA) of Palm Beach. She proudly listens to at least two NPR or trauma-informed podcasts per day, and stays up-to-date on ongoing research about trauma, attachment, and neuroscience. Monday evenings she can be found at a horse rescue setting in Loxahatchee, FL, facilitating a free recovery support group to those in recovery from addictions using an empowerment based approach.


- EMDR (Level I & II)

- The EMDR Institute

- DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy)

– The Linehan Institute/Behavioral Tech

- Trained SMART Recovery facilitator


Jenny uses a relational and narrative-curious approach with people, finding that the therapeutic relationship is often where change begins. This approach can feel warm, casual, safe, non-judgmental, and is carefully paced and tailored to individual needs. She enjoys dialogue that is explorative, curious, open, natural, and encouraging of client-therapist feedback.

She currently aims to focus her efforts enhancing the lives of her clients with EMDR and DBT, with a special interest in those who have experienced attachment traumas, and those who need assistance dealing with (or separating from) a spouse or partner with narcissistic personality disorder.

With the use of EMDR, she hopes to empower her clients to move negative self-limiting beliefs toward beliefs that are hopeful, positive, and confident. This is particularly powerful for those impacted by tragedies and disruptions in important relationships. DBT skill building focuses on increasing internal and external balance, through mindfulness and behavioral change.