Jamie Hogan, LPC
The mind-body-spirit connection. It is my belief that all 3 of these components need to be nurtured for us to maintain balance. My overall desire is to help you accept and work with your thoughts and emotions while tending to your spiritual side through a holistic approach.
My journey in the field of mental health began in 2005 when I entered the Master of Arts in Community Counseling program at Alvernia University. Since then I have worked in various settings including inpatient hospitalization, partial program hospitalization and a recovery community living program (Project Transition).
Since 2012 I have worked in an outpatient setting using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) as my focus in treatment for individual and group counseling. I work with older adolescents through older adults. I have training in trauma-informed care, crisis intervention and DBT. I enjoy helping people manage their anxiety, depression, and mood swings along with helping people find themselves when they feel a loss of identity. I have a passion for working with first responders and being married to a retired police officer has given me a unique perspective into the lives of those who serve and protect.
I find spirituality to also be an important part of cultivating an overall healthy well-being and I enjoy discovering each person’s unique spiritual perspective. In 2018, I completed my Reiki Master/Teacher certification and have been working with interested clients to incorporate reiki and energy healing into sessions when desired.
My priority is meeting you where you are in this moment. From here we can create a path to healing together, explore the dialectic of acceptance and change, and help you to discover and love yourself in the fullest way possible.