Jeanae M. Hopgood, LMFT, M.Ed, PMH-C, CAGCS

MFT Field Placement Coordinator, Adjunct Faculty
School of Arts and Sciences, Marriage & Family Therapy

Jeanae M. Hopgood, LMFT, M.Ed, PMH-C, CAGCS is an individual, couple & adult-family therapist, clinical sexologist, perinatal mental health specialist, grief & loss specialist, blogger, speaker, adjunct professor, and author in Pennsylvania.  Her private practice, JHJ Therapy, LLC centers individuals, couples and partners of marginalized identities addressing communication challenges, fertility challenges, perinatal loss, family-of-origin dynamics, sexuality concerns, and reconnecting to one’s sexual energy.  Jeanae has created several resources to support those healing after perinatal loss including the Black Angel Mom Guided Journal; a support journal for loss-parents and professionals who work with them, as they move through their grief journey, and the Little Feet, Big Footprints: BAM Card Deck; a conversation deck for individuals, support people, and partners. She is also the creator of – a blog and virtual community focusing on perinatal loss and healing while centering the Black experience; inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities.