Jen Mostafa

Staff Clinician and Military Service Coordinator
George Washington University Mental Health Services
Phone: 202-994-5300
[email protected]

Jen is a Staff Clinician and the Military Service Coordinator working to ensure all students associated with military services at GW can access mental health resources within the GW community as well as within the surrounding areas. 

In addition to Jen’s clinical role at GWU, she also serves in the Army Reserves as a Military Police Captain and is currently assigned to the 200th MP Command at Fort Meade. CPT Mostafa has served the Army in various capacities to include tours to both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.  She has also taught military tactics at both Officer Candidate School and the University of Mississippi’s ROTC program. 

In 2015 Jen received her master’s in Counselor Education from the University of Mississippi and is now a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) in D.C. She works with clients to bring balance into their lives by utilizing a variety of techniques such as Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques, Attachment Theory, Mindfulness and a reality-based approach that encourages self-acceptance and insight. Additionally she has considerable familiarity in working with Veterans and their families and currently provides clinical serves under the supervision of Chris Davis, LPC at the GW Counseling Center.