Evan JarschauerLicensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, LMHC, MCAP, CIP, MBA
My clients are deeply invested in the welfare of the people that they love the most. And they are looking for caring and comprehensive solutions to help them.
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Dealing with the daily struggles of life doesn't have to be faced alone. Focusing on self-growth and resiliency leads to tangible changes in our lives and fosters a mind-body connection. Whether you want to focus on a specific issue or seek proactive change in your life, seeking help is the first step. I'm here to guide that change while helping us focus on measurable results to improve your life. Please scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your contact information to have a conversation.
Reducing Depression and Anxiety, Relationship Struggles, Test Anxiety & Academic Overwhelm, and Culture Shock & Identity Issues. LGBTQ-affirming, Minority-affirming, Feminist-affirming, Non-religious & Secular-affirming. Maybe its your first time considering therapy, and you're wondering how it works. Although you know that therapy should be helpful, it all seems kind of scary. The good news is that you'll remain in charge throughout the whole process!
My ideal clients are motivated and committed adults who had experienced childhood abuse, trauma, challenging relationships, depression, and anxiety and it still affects their life; which is now known as Complex PTSD. CPTSD is often a result of insecure attachment with parents or caregivers during childhood. I equip my clients with top behavioral techniques to manage stress and daily challenges. My motto is “From Surviving to Thriving” I provide INDIVIDUAL therapy only (NO COUPLES OR FAMILY).
The most basic human need is our desire to be heard and understood. I provide a non-judgmental and empathic space where you can explore your thoughts and feelings and be heard and understood. The areas I specialize in are: anxiety, depression, emotional eating issues, substance abuse/addiction and early recovery support, LGBTQIA+ issues, self confidence, and grief and mourning support.
Being human is often tough. Sometimes we lose our way and can feel stuck and overwhelmed. Sometimes we would like to change parts of our lives or ourselves but don’t know how. Therapy can be an empowering way to promote healing, growth, and wellness. Often, we initially seek treatment to address a specific concern and then begin to uncover other areas of our lives in which we want to make meaningful change. My goal is for this process to feel supportive, affirming, and appropriately challenging.
Trusting the counselor to be honest, respectful, understanding and non-judgmental are key components for successful outcomes associated with individual therapy. Doug Nelson has built his reputation by establishing a strong connection with each of his clients and determining appropriate goals to achieve during the therapy process.
Clients who seek me out tend to be interested in personal growth, improving their lives and relationships, and wanting to live their best life. While clients typically describe me with words that include warm, genuine, supportive and empathic, they have also let me know that what they appreciate a great deal is my ability to remember their story, retain important details about them, and my willingness to challenge them in their choices, reactions, and responsibility.
Have you looked at yourself in the mirror and not recognize the person looking back at you? Do you ever wonder how you went from 0-60? Do you do things in the moment—yell, scream, shut down, pretend like you don’t care—and wish you could take it back? If you are filled with anger, sadness, anxiety, fear, mistrust, and negativity, it will inevitably seep into your relationships with those you love. These parts of us tend to push others away, even though what we most desire is peace & connection.
In my practice I specialize in the treatment of adults dealing with anxiety, depression, adjustment to major life transitions, and relationship issues. These difficulties, along with life's everyday stressors, can greatly impact your ability to enjoy life. Through therapy you will learn behavioral strategies and coping skills needed to achieve your goals, helping you to live a more fulfilled life.
Are you struggling to find a healthy work life balance, feeling overwhelmed in life, or not able to make time for yourself or your loved ones? Do you often ask yourself, why does it seem like everyone has it together except me? Perhaps you find that your thoughts keep you up at night, or you are dealing with feelings of sadness that are interfering with your personal and professional/ academic growth. Maybe you find that your worries keep you from making friends or connecting with others.
On the surface, you hold it together pretty well. No one would know how overwhelmed, insecure, and lonely you really feel. There's a vague but heavy sense of self-doubt that interferes with your relationships and how you view yourself. On some level, you know there's got to be another way, and there IS! You can feel more inner peace, find your voice, build self-trust and confidence, and step into the life you actually want. I'd love to help you get there!
Do you "overthink"? Are you constantly criticizing yourself? Are you often fearing the worst-case scenario? Do you find it difficult to get through the day without worry, stress, or even panic? Do you feel like you're not good enough? Do you often feel overwhelmed? Are you experiencing difficulty in a less structured environment due to symptoms of ADHD? Are you having trouble with a life transition, such as a new job, or stress in your relationship? Do you sometimes feel like giving up?
I provide services for children/teens and adults in need of individual, family, and couple's therapy. Majority of my clients are individuals who might have anxiety or depression from their work, school, family, or relationship. Some report feeling down, having low energy, not sleeping well, or not being interested in things they used to enjoy.
Healing Trauma Works is a sanctuary for those impacted by trauma, guided by Tania Buchanan Boyd, a dedicated Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist. If you're seeking transformative healing and genuine resolution, you're in the right place. We understand the link between unresolved traumas and mental health challenges, and our holistic approach fosters safe, supported recovery. Tania's 20+ years of expertise, including a unique blend of modalities, empowering clients to awaken.
I have over 8 years of experience successfully helping First Responders and their families restore their mental wellbeing. My approach helps people explore their emotions, thoughts, beliefs, and symptoms in a safe therapeutic environment. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, bullying, divorce/separation, adjustment disorders, family conflict, self-esteem, and stress management.
In my practice, I treat adults 18 years and older individually. I am flexible and can adapt to your needs, whether long- or short-term therapy will be most suitable. I specialize in treating Anxiety symptoms, including panic attacks, social anxiety, agoraphobia etc.), Mood symptoms (depression, complex grief), Personality problems such as Borderline personality disorder, Avoidant -Dependent or Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.
Research shows that people would rather experience physical pain than emotional pain. These tough times can make us feel hopeless, vulnerable and powerless. As we know, we cannot avoid life’s hurts that leave us with feelings of pain, guilt, anger and shame; however, we can learn from these emotions. Emotions influence our thinking processes, which can impact how we see the world around us. I specialize in creating a safe space to explore these emotions.
Let us figure out together how to create opportunities for novel ways of engaging with your difficulties and dilemmas to invite a shift in your experience. To me, the consultation is the creation of an atmosphere in which consultees can expand restrictive definitions of self by tapping into their own strengths and resources.
Do you struggle with recognizing when you need to use your voice or set boundaries? Does putting your own needs and self-care first feel selfish or hard to do? Would you like to learn how to build healthier relationships with yourself, food, and your body? Sometimes the things we have been through in life have set the tone for what we feel we deserve. I would like to help you recognize and identify your own strengths and empower you to make changes that serve you and your goals.
My clients will benefit from my expertise and guidance to behave in their best interest My Clients will receive effective treatment interventions to heal trauma, experience emotional wellbeing, sobriety, increase social skills in autism, anger and stress regulation and a successful life I simplify how to transcend personal concerns or complex trauma from being an obstacle to integration and fulfillment