Jenny Baker-Hornick



Jennifer (Jenny) Baker-Hornick is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) working with children, adolescents, families, and couples residing in the state of Missouri. Jenny is focused on helping others who have become victims of the Internet or have been adversely affected by social media. She enjoys working with couples and is certified in “Prepare and Enrich,”© which is a premarital and marriage assessment tool using evidence-based skills and insights with the goal of fostering healthy relationships. She enjoys working with families who are challenged with obstacles in their lives. Her goal is to provide educational instruction, tools, and a healthy direction for her clients in distress. 


Jenny started as the billing coordinator at Touchstone Counseling when she was nineteen years old. Her role grew as she accepted the position of Director of Operations overseeing three counseling related companies:  Touchstone Counseling LLC; Touchstone Helping Families; and Baker Consulting Services LLC. Jenny was a graduate of Ozark Public Schools in 2002. Her undergraduate degree was in psychology with a minor in criminal justice from Missouri State University. In 2009, she was a member of the first co-hort to graduate with a master’s degree in criminology. Jenny’s desire to serve others compelled her to pursue a future in counseling and in 2019 she graduated with her master’s degree in counseling from Missouri State University.

Current Specialties/Interests:

Jenny currently specializes in working with couples who are struggling in their relationships. Her main focus is to teach effective communication skills; develop a deeper relationship connection; and to teach fair fighting skills and conflict resolution. One specific area of emphasis for Jenny is her work with infidelity. She specializes in affair recovery. In addition to working on relationship repair, Jenny focuses on the healing of depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and the need for perfectionism and control. Jenny’s primary focus will always be on her family. She and her husband have been married since 2008 and have three amazing children. With her children attending school in the Ozark School District, she remains in tune with issues that are current, trending, and negatively impacting our children and their families. Subjects such as bullying, peer pressure, and social media use/abuse are ever at the forefront of her research.


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