Jeremy Moore

Licensed Therapist

compassionate, collaborative care
 
**Update July 2021: I am not accepting new clients at this time**
LCSW, LCAS, PLLC
My Approach

I take a highly collaborative approach to therapy and use an anti-racist, anti-oppressive framework to better understand the role that oppression plays in creating and sustaining emotional, physical, and psychological pain. I place a high value on the strengths, perspectives, and wisdom you bring to the healing process and work in a non-pathologizing way with the traumatic effects of oppression. My goal as your therapist is to help elicit and reinforce the adaptive energy of your own resiliency. During our initial session 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.

About me

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. 

 
Individual Therapy

In our therapy sessions we will work together to identify your needs and individualize a plan to help you reach your goals. I utilize the following treatment approaches in therapy (click on each to learn more):

As your therapist it is important to me to use evidenced-based treatments that have demonstrated effectiveness for the concerns that bring you to therapy. I balance this perspective with the understanding that you are the expert of your own life and therefore I incorporate your wisdom, expertise, and strengths into choosing which type of therapy to use and into the entire course of treatment.

Getting Help

My areas of special interest and experience include:

anxiety

panic

stress

depression

trauma

PTSD

addiction and recovery

harm reduction

"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."

Carl Rogers