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Dr. Jonathan Jenkins, Psy.D CMPC, serves as Assistant Director of Psychology Training for the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and is a Co-Chair of the Department’s Anti-Racism Task Force. Dr. Jenkins is a clinical psychologist in the Child/Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Department and serves as both a clinical psychologist and certified mental performance consultant in the MGH Sport Psychology Department. Dr. Jenkins is the author of Wednesday Afternoons with Dr. J, a book that serves to whimsically explain psychotherapy and play therapy to young audiences. Jonathan is focused on helping clinicians, staff, and clients feel a sense of belonging in medical and community settings. Jonathan is also interested in assisting individuals with fostering personal growth and resilience via the incorporation of performance and positive psychology strategies. Dr. Jenkins completed his predoctoral internship at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School and his postdoctoral fellowship in autism at The Help Group in Sherman Oaks, California. Dr. Jenkins also founded a private practice called Mental Fitness and Psychotherapy that serves the emotional and performance needs of those within the Greater Boston community.