Jon Frederick, PhDMental Health Counselor, LPC
I specialize in adults and mature teens with mood disorders, anxiety, relationship problems, recovering from divorce and domestic violence, men's issues, singles issues, and older adult issues.
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In my practice, I help adults learn to cope with and overcome various life struggles. I have over 11 years of experience treating trauma, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, substance abuse, and grief, among other conditions, and also concerns of the LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent populations.
You want people to think you have it all together, but deep down you’re struggling with anxiety that holds you back from living the way you want to. You may be fed up with overthinking and people-pleasing, feeling overwhelmed by making decisions or setting boundaries, or feeling out of control of your life. You might not even remember a time things didn’t feel this way. But one thing is for sure: you’re ready to take control of your anxiety.
Stress just. won't. stop. It's been building for FAR too long; you can't remember the last time you weren’t so overwhelmed or anxious. You can't stand how irritable you’ve become, especially around those you love. Your go-to de-stressors just aren't cutting it, and you’re growing tired of your own procrastination, rumination, and withdrawing from others. You want to be more present in your life & relationships. I can help!
Are you tired of being tired and ready for something to shift in your life? Have you been feeling stuck and unable to move forward? I have some experience of what that can be like and I know there are ways to improve life. I love to work with clients who are searching and stumbling, but ever-dedicated to moving into a fulfilling life. Reach out and let's see if it's a good fit.
Hi there! I currently have openings in my schedule for both in-person and virtual sessions, so I'd love to hear from you! :) I’ve supported my clients navigate anxiety, depression, grief, and family dynamics; cultivating self esteem, confidence, autonomy, and expression; stress, burnout, imposter syndrome in high-tech jobs; challenges of multicultural existence (oppression and intergenerational trauma); impacts of intimate partner violence, abuse, and trauma.
I work exclusively with Highly Sensitive People, helping them prevent, manage, and recover from overwhelm, and build resilience in insensitive times. Clients seek holistic therapy for anxiety, depression, grief, stress, trauma, relationships, vocation, spirituality, and self-esteem. They also desire mind + body + spirit approaches to therapy. Some clients attend in-person sessions, while others attend via telehealth.
I feel passionate about working with clients that struggle with anxiety, self-esteem, disordered eating/body image issues, and working on having better relationships with others and themselves.
Many of my clients struggle with feelings of anxiety and depression along with nightmares and intrusive thoughts. They likely suffered from at least one distressing event and are ready to do the work needed to move forward. They often feel like they don’t have an identity or direction in life. Some of them fill that void with working too much and focusing on achievements, other do it with substances or romantic relationships. If this description fits you, keep reading!
I've heard clients say.... "I've been in therapy before but it just hasn't helped that much" --“I’m tired of being triggered. How can I get control over my emotional reactions --"Can you help me get over past trauma that's holding me back" -- “I keep seeking some kind of fulfillment or peace but it always seems just out of reach” --"I'm feeling stuck. How can I get unstuck!" -- "What are some tools to get over my anxiety" --"I long to be more connected to my spirituality" --