After years of study, Jason is ecstatic to have the opportunity to work with actual people! His lengthy experience providing full-service support to disabled individuals and their caretakers sets him up to move into counseling with confidence and understanding. He brings curiosity and intelligence to his work, and his keen analytical eye will discern patterns, irrational thinking habits, and unintentionally self-defeating behaviors.
Jason enjoys helping individuals who are struggling with issues around life direction and finding meaning. He encourages people to work toward a more precise articulation of their feelings and concerns, as this leads them to discover and clarify their own needs, values, goals, and desires. Finding compromise and balance between seemingly opposing forces, as well as approaching the absurdity of life with a sense of humor usually makes existence a little easier.
With long standing interest in functional health, Jason is always attuned to the interplay between factors such as nutrition, sleep, exercise, and well being. In his view, most people are suffering the consequences of perfectly understandable responses to negative life situations and the burdens imposed by modern society. Recognizing patterns, framing experiences from a different perspective, and shifting behavior to be more authentic to one’s true self puts people on a path toward greater ease and satisfaction.
ALL Westside therapists welcome and affirm members of the LGBTQI community, as well as any other groups who struggle for support, acceptance, and recognition.
Teens, Young Adults, Adults
Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Weight Loss
Wednesdays 9:00am -6:00pm
Westside West Towne 414 D'Onofrio Dr., suite 330
Southern New Hampshire University, MS in progress
University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA