Tanager Place

Clinical Staff, Leadership

Jennie Null

Jennie received her Bachelors’ degree in Psychology and her Masters of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mount Mercy University.

“​I love when a child, parent, family, or staff are able to recognize their internal strengths and beauty. In turn to see that individual or family grow and blossom into their most authentic, confident, and resilient self.”

“Joining in relationships with people from all walks of life creates passion in my heart. I believe therapeutic relationships are built on trust, secure vulnerability and compassion. Brene’ Brown says “vulnerability is birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change” I believe that it is through these strong yet vulnerable relationships people can get to know themselves from all different angles and learn to appreciate all parts of their stories, thus created courage and change. I believe everyone has unlimited potential to take ownership and create change in their life’s story. Seeing growth in clients, interns, colleagues and myself through these relationships is the most rewarding and motivating outcome I experience.”

Jennifer Null

We’re here to help.

If you (or someone with you) are experiencing a medical emergency, are in danger, or are feeling suicidal, call 911 immediately.

Crisis Call Center:
319-286-4545

Suicide Hotline:
800-273-8255

General Information:
319-365-9164