One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Jennifer Ferryman

Jennifer Ferryman, MA

Adjunct Instructor of Psychology


For over 10 years, Jennifer has been in private, clinical practice. Trauma, grief, mood disorders, chemical addiction, addictive behavior, and functional medicine are some of the targeted areas of Jennifer’s research, treatment, and referral collaboration. She practices from a variety of modalities, primarily utilizing faith-based and cognitive behavioral therapy. Her focus is specialized to women, working to understand clients from a systemic, mind-body-spirit-relational perspective.
Jennifer has also homeschooled her three girls for the last 14 years.

Education and Credentials

  • M.A. in Professional Counseling - Liberty University
  • B.S. in Psychology - Liberty University
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor - State of Indiana
  • Licensed Addition Counselor - State of Indiana
  • Certified Prepare-Enrich provider 


  • Hobbies: Gardening and chicken farming, playing board games, reading, laughing with friends and family- especially with my husband and kids, and geopolitical politics (in moderated doses)
  • Places I love: Oceans with clear water, mountains (especially in Utah), and the homes of my extended family
  • Places I would love to visit: Hawaii, Japan, Israel, England, Scotland and Australia
  • Why I'm at Cedarville: I have a passion for learning and Christian education. Cedarville is one of the last universities to stand firm upon biblical stances and commit to providing quality, higher level teaching. It is an honor to be invited to participate in the ministry opportunity that instructors at Cedarville have. As a Cedarville mom, I take my responsibility as an educator very seriously, knowing the emotional, spiritual, and financial investment parents are making for their children. I pray that, above all, lives are drawn closer to Christ as students learn.