Jeanie Chang (BW)

Jeanie Chang

Your Change Provider, PLLC

Location: North Carolina

Member Since: 2019

Jeanie Chang is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She is passionate about effectively serving individuals, couples, and families including children and adolescents by promoting a solution-focused and multicultural competency approach in the home, schools, and workplace. She received her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pfeiffer University. Ms. Chang has a diverse career background; first starting her career as a broadcast journalist in Washington, D.C. during the Clinton administration. She also attended business school at Johns Hopkins University from which she received an M.S. in Marketing. Ms. Chang has worked in public relations, marketing, and client success management in the corporate sector. She followed a calling to get her license in marriage and family therapy, and in recent years has specialized in treating children, adolescents, and families particularly with anxiety and depression with a solution-focused approach. Chang co-launched the behavioral health program at Avance Primary Care (Raleigh, NC) in 2016, and co-created in 2017, an Emotional Eating program integrating behavioral health with nutrition services for primary care patients. Ms. Chang is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with experience in grief, loss, and trauma, and a Certified Facilitator for Prepare/Enrich, a program used for pre-marital, marital counseling, and marriage enrichment. In addition, Ms. Chang holds specialized training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). She is an accomplished national speaker; leading workshops in corporate and in the school system on mindfulness, self-care, and wellness. She also facilitates skills groups and provides psychoeducation for adolescents and families through various organizations around the country. Ms. Chang serves as President of the NC Chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals, where she is spearheading the NAAAP Wellness program, a national initiative to launch in 2020. She also volunteers as VP of Membership on the executive board for the Business and Professional Women of the Triangle and sits on the advisory board of the Western Wake Tennis Association.