Jeremy Moore, LCSW
compassionate, collaborative care
*Currently not accepting new clients*
I take a highly collaborative approach to therapy and believe my role as your therapist is to help you release the constraints on your own adaptive healing energy. I use evidenced-based and evidenced-informed practices that have a demonstrated track record for helping those who have experienced trauma heal and recover.
I use an anti-racist, anti-oppressive framework to better understand the role that oppression plays in creating trauma and sustaining emotional, physical, and psychological pain. I place a high value on the strengths, perspectives, and wisdom you bring to the healing process.
During our initial sessions we will spend some time getting to know each other, making sure we can work well together, and figuring out your goals for therapy. After setting our intentions for therapy we will take some time to figure out the best therapeutic approach to help you reach your goals.
I grew up in Asheville, NC and I love nature, hiking, traveling and anything novel and unusual.
In my spare time I enjoy meditating, reading, watching TV, and just being cozy at home. I love animals and have two dogs at home, which I share with my partner.
In our therapy sessions we will work together to identify your needs and individualize a plan to help you reach your goals. I am trained in several therapeutic approaches and have found all of them to be helpful to clients at various times depending on their situation and their goals. I tend to use a more structured approach to therapy that includes goal setting and periodic evaluation of progress through use of reliable measurement tools. I do this to ensure that what we are doing in therapy is fruitful and beneficial to the folks I work with. I offer the following types of therapy (click on each to learn more):
I may be a good fit for you if you feel ready to take the time to explore and address the roots of what is currently causing you distress. I believe that all of us have the adaptive energy inside of us to heal from trauma while also recognizing the external constraints that cultural burdens from oppression and legacy burdens passed down in our families often limit our ability to embody our full potential.
My areas of special interest and experience include:
anxiety and panic
"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."