Jeremy is a Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Intern (IMF 74496). He is currently working under the supervision of Jay Edwards, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC 42852) in the Larchmont area of Los Angeles.
Jeremy did his graduate studies at Antioch University, Los Angeles where he received a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology. At Antioch, Jeremy specialized in Community Psychology, using psychological concepts to effect large-scale change. Prior to his graduate studies, Jeremy received Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience from the University of California, Riverside and an Associate Degree in Fashion Design from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles.
Address: 321 N. Larchmont Blvd., Ste. 613
Los Angeles, CA, 90004
My current rate is $50 - 80 per hour for Individual and Relationship Therapy. I believe that therapy should be accessible to anybody, so I work on a sliding fee scale. Please contact me to discuss what would work for you.
Each person comes to therapy for reasons that are unique to them. As a therapist, I try to create a space that welcomes all possibilities for what psychotherapy might be. I choose specific theories and interventions based on what I hear are your hopes for the outcomes of therapy. This is called an integrative, or eclectic, practice. The core of my work is based on the assumption that you are the expert on your own life. My job, then, is to help you find your own answers - your own truth. With that said, I find that much of my work revolves around themes of the self; getting to know your true self better and accepting it for all that it is. This also applies in couples and family work, with the added element of enhancing relational skills. Other theories that form some of my core therapeutic assumptions include narrative theory - which leads me to listen for threads of success stories in the midst of problem-saturated ones - and feminist theory - which leads me to see your individual story as inseparable from the context in which it occurs. I am constantly engaged in the study of connections between mind and body. This helps me form a unique perspective on the therapeutic process as an opportunity to deepen these connections and find healing through them.