Jonathan has practiced psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families in a variety of settings for fourteen years. In addition, he has received specialized training in working with children.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, a master’s degree in contemplative psychology from Naropa University, and a master’s degree in fiction from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop.
His work is strongly informed by the frameworks of psychodynamics and existential philosophy. To further his understanding of the mutuality between mind and body, Jonathan recently completed a 200-hour teacher training at Asheville Yoga Center.
Janelle has practiced psychotherapy with individuals and couples for over fifteen years. She is grateful to work in a capacity that is aligned with developing a greater understanding of and compassion for the human experience.
She received BAs in English literature and psychology from the University of Illinois, a masters degree in contemplative psychotherapy from Naropa University and is currently a student at the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis.
Her natural inquisitiveness has led her to complete trainings in somatic experiencing, sensorimotor psychotherapy, neurobiology, Ashtanga yoga, and perinatal psychology. She has practiced mindfulness meditation for over 20 years as a means of having a more direct experience with life.