My name is Jennifer "Jiffy" Morales. I am the owner/creator of Smash Therapy LLC. For years I had been dealing with anger, impulsiveness, aggression, and unfortunately depression. As a product of my environment and a child in the CPS system, life was rough and I really didn't know how to handle any of it. As a young adult I found boxing and learned discipline and found strength through my hardships. And in addition, I had a direct physical emotional release. Boxing saved my life, that and years of therapy. I had no idea I would have grown to be successful in boxing and pioneer as one of the first women to compete at a regional and national level in collegiate boxing, let alone even graduate high school or attend college. My life wasn't planned and often, I felt like my life didn't need to continue. Not only did I survive all of the painful thoughts, trauma, and excessive hardships in my life, I would then go on to graduate college with degrees in Psychology and start a career in the mental health field. After being a mental health specialist at an acute care psychiatric facility for 4 years while boxing and trying to pave my way to the Olympics, life took a detour and I decided to create a space for people to vent in a physical manner. I know that working out and being an athlete isn't for everyone and talk therapy seems so cliche` to people, so I created smash therapy so people didn't have to talk through their thoughts, pain, or emotions. All you simply have to do is Smash through it. Break through all the bullshit and keep moving. Channel that energy in an environment where consequences don't exist and take you and your closure home afterwards. I wanted people to know (especially kids) that they are not alone, everyone has a story, and most of the time the story doesn't matter to anyone else unless their writing it themselves.

Current Certifications/ Trainings 

Circumstantial life changes

Therapeutic Milieu

Therapeutic boundaries

Suicide prevention

Identifying and assessing victims of child abuse and neglect

Identifying and assessing victims of domestic abuse

Identifying and Assessing Victims of Elder Abuse and Neglect

Promotional Consent for Use of Individual’s Image, Voice, and/or Statement

Self mutilation

Cultural competence

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

First Aid and Automated External Defibrillation (AED) 

Service Excellence 

Child Care Certification

Discrete Trial Training (DTT) in Behavior Analysis

Behavior Modification and Life Coaching for Children and Adults including Special Needs (Autism, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD, and Mental Retardation)

Handle with care: Crisis Intervention and Behavior Management

Verbal de escalation

Designing and Managing incentive Compensation Programs


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October is National Bullying Prevention  Month

1. More than half of people under 25 have experienced bullying at some point.

2. 20% of people surveyed, said that they often experienced verbal bullying.

3. 24% of young people are worried about getting abuse online

4. People with a physical disability, are unfortunately more likely to experience bullying than a person without a physical disability. #NotCool

5. 5% of people surveyed, said that they constantly experienced physical bullying.

6. Social exclusion is a form of bullying. That means, when your mates leave you out on purpose to hurt your feelings, they are indirectly bullying you.

7. More than a third of people go on to develop Social Anxiety and Depression as a direct result of bullying.

8. Almost a quarter of those who have been bullied have had suicidal thoughts. 

9. Guys are more likely to bully someone than anyone else.

10.  Those who bully are far more likely to have experienced stressful and traumatic situations in recent times.

11. Of those who bullied daily, 58% had experienced the death of a relative.

12. Bullying is not an identity, it is a learned behavior


 The Term Smash Therapy has officially been Federally Trademarked via USPTO