MS: Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, The Ohio State University; Environmental Science and Health, University of Nevada Reno 
BS: Environmental Science; Geography and Planning

Experience and Interests

Jess Henning, APRN-CNP, holds bachelor degrees in Environmental Science, and Geography and Planning. She completed an MS in Environmental Science and Health at the University of Nevada, Reno, focusing on climate change and water resources. After graduate school she ran a laboratory for a gourmet vegetable farm, was a park naturalist and program coordinator, and taught biology 1010 at Bowling Green State University – Firelands. She obtained her Yoga Alliance teaching certification with additional specialty certifications in trauma and resilience (EMBER Program), addiction and recovery (Yoga of Recovery), and children’s yoga (Radiant Child Yoga). 

Jess returned to school and graduated from The Ohio State University College of Nursing as a family nurse practitioner. She taught EMBER Yoga at the Columbus YWCA as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow and worked with adolescents with congenital heart disease on a National Institutes of Health study through Nationwide Children’s Hospital during school. Post- graduation she completed the Ambulatory Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship with the Department of Family and Community Medicine at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. 

Jess splits her time between the Center for Integrative Medicine and Primary Care New Albany. She focuses on treating the whole person with the aim of preventing, identifying and correcting “dis-ease” in the body. She is particularly interested in autoimmune diseases, functional disorders, mind-body practices and lifestyle interventions. She is currently in the process of completing the Institute of Functional Medicine’s Practitioner Certification Program. She resides in Columbus with her 12-year-old rescue dog (Whoa) Nellie.