Jeanette Rendina, PsyD
As we journey through life, there are times when we need a little help.
Since 2017, I have worked as a licensed clinical psychologist with individuals and couples in Kittitas County. I am experienced with people facing trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, chronic illnesses, relational issues (poly & non-poly), LGBTQIA+ issues, Veteran issues, neurodivergence, identity, culture, discrimination, grief and loss, and life transitions. Additionally, I have a passion and specialized knowledge of working with menstrual health. I am experienced in supporting cycle wellness, PMS, PMDD, PME, and conditions affecting the reproductive system. Further, as I am passionate about reproductive health, I also work with the needs of people thinking about conceiving and struggles from conception to postpartum.
I completed my doctorate at California Lutheran University and I currently serve on the Board of Directors for the International Association for Premenstrual Disorders.