Jennifer Hartman, Ph.D.
Jennifer Hartman, Ph.D.
|Professions: Counselor, Psychologist, Psychotherapist|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: Clinical Psychologist|
Billing and Insurance
I am an in-network provider for:
Fees: $215 initial session, $175 for following sessions
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*Please visit my website to learn about my upcoming mindfulness courses.* Are you feeling unsure about how to handle new situations or resolve old problems? Feeling beaten down or overwhelmed by life? Do you feel as though your emotional imbalance is getting in the way of relationships, work, or your physical health? Working with an experienced professional can help you navigate the ups and downs on your life's path with more ease and acceptance, allowing you to make positive, lasting changes. My practice offers psychotherapy and wellness classes for adults seeking greater clarity, balance, and contentment in their lives. Are you curious to see what changes could happen for you?
Sometimes life doles out difficulties that are more than we can handle alone in this fast-paced world. I specialize in psychotherapeutic treatment of trauma/PTSD, anxiety disorders, adult ADHD, and diversity-related concerns (sexual orientation, culture, gender, spirituality). I can also help with depression, life transitions, relationships, grief/loss, and body image.
I offer 6-week mindfulness courses throughout the year, teaching skills for mind-body health, emotional regulation, compassion, and relationships. There is now a robust body of research demonstrating that mindfulness practice helps us improve our overall health (both physical and emotional) and causes beneficial changes in our brain. Wow! Are you ready to explore how mindfulness might change your life?
Call Jennifer Hartman, Ph.D. at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 06495
More Info About My Practice
To accommodate your schedule, I offer daytime and evening hours. I am an in-network provider for BCBS PPO plans.
Please visit my website to learn about my upcoming mindfulness courses, offered several times a year. Other wellness offerings are posted there, as well.
Theoretical Influences that Guide My Work
I incorporate mindfulness into most of my work. What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is a state of being that involves being intentionally grounded in the present moment, observing present experience from a standpoint of acceptance and non-judgment. The practice of mindfulness can help us get in touch with the notion that thoughts and emotions are objects that may be observed and constructively manipulated.
Why do I incorporate this into my work as a psychologist? The answer is simple. There is now a robust body of research demonstrating that mindfulness can help with anxiety, addiction, attention and focus, depression, eating disorders and body image, memory, self-esteem, relationship health, and productivity. That?s impressive! From a psychological perspective, these brain changes seem to increase our self-awareness, decrease our emotional reactivity, and help us manage our stress better.
With such compelling evidence supporting the benefits of mindfulness, I now teach basic mindfulness skills to all of my psychotherapy patients and offer 6-week mindfulness courses to anyone interested in learning how to live a mindful life.
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Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
Ages I Work With
Groups I Work With
PTSD and trauma recovery, generalized anxiety, living with ADHD, grief and loss (including pet loss), diversity-related concerns (sexual/romantic orientation, gender, race/culture/ethnicity, spirituality)
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