Jason Clark, LPC


Society is full of narratives telling us how we should act or who we should be. A lot of these ideas are not helpful and can make us forget we are capable of being the person we want to be. I believe therapy is a place where we can explore who we truly are and what we are capable of while in a safe nonjudgmental environment. My purpose is not to tell you how to live your life, but to meet you where you are at and work together to reach your goals.

I have experience working with adolescents, college age, and young adults experiencing depression, anxiety, loneliness, autism, and social anxiety. As a member of the APA's Climate Change and Mental Health group, I can work with clients to cope with the existential threat of climate change.

Personally, I know that starting therapy can be intimidating. That’s why it’s my main priority to create a warm relationship where you do not feel judged, or feel guilty for what you are feeling. Working together, we can use psychological tools, humor, and your strengths to help you become the person you want to be. I hope to talk to you soon.