Co-Founder Jenna Sumner

Jenna is a licensed psychologist with a passion for mental health. She has written children’s books, independently run a private counseling practice, developed a center for Teaching and Learning at a private school, and raised two amazing kids – all as a single mom.

Jenna is also is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) who founded The Cambridge Professional Center, LLC in 2006. Born from the belief that there is a need for high level mental health support. Her main goal in her work is to improve the lives of children and families in the community.

Credentials:

  • 15 years of school-based administrative counseling and curation of The Learning Center
  • The Cambridge Professional Center, her private practice located in Morristown, New Jersey
  • Master’s degree from Farleigh Dickinson University

Co-Founder Kristin McCormick

Kristin McCormick, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who joined Cambridge in 2014.  She has 10 years of experience as a certified school social worker in a state-approved, private not-for-profit school, as well as over 5 years working in a private counseling center. Working from a strengths-based perspective, her professional goals ultimately surround the client’s individual well-being in the context of their unique social environment, as well as within society at large. 

A Note to You about The Upside Delivered

Not quite a love letter but an heartfelt sticky-note kind of post.

This project has been in the works for a very long time.

We’ve had a lot of ideas over the years all coming together with a single focus in mind – child and adolescent mental health.

We have watched kids in the schools we teach struggle with mental health and not know where to begin. We have watched our own kids struggle with anxiety and depression.

So, we designed the product we wish we would’ve had.

Overall we have taken notice of how deeply there is a need for something that is bigger than a product and is truly a stepping stone in a child’s mental health journey.

Whether you grew up in a household that acknowledges mental health as something deserving of care and attention or not, we appreciate you being open to that conversation now.

Thank you. For reading, for supporting, and thanks for continuing the conversation about mental health with your kids. It’s a big deal.

Sincerely,

Jenna and Kristin

And if you’re curious about how to get this journey started, send us an email, we’d love to help.