Jamie Hall, AMFT, APCC
Jamie is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (CA #105714) and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (CA #4962), specializing in working with individuals, teens, families, and children. She is supervised by Michelle Jio, LMFT (#90738). She obtained her Masters in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Francisco. Jamie uses a strength-based approach to help individuals and families and facilitate healing, growth, and change.
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Family Therapy Center (2018-present).
Marriage and Family Therapist trainee at the YMCA Youth Service Bureau clinic (2016-2017).
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy at Gallop Ventures (2017-2018).
Marriage and Family Therapist trainee school counselor at Abbott Middle School and Bayside Middle Schools (2016-2017).
Counselor at Camp Woolman leading multi-day, backpacking trips for children and teens in the Sierras (2013).
Volunteer with the National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy (2004-2006).
Special Areas of Interest:
Loss of a pet
Grief and loss
Additional Areas of Interest: animal assisted therapy/adventure therapy, anxiety, art/music therapy, co-dependence, coping with mental illness (in self or other), developing self-care strategies, depression, experiential, family systems, identifying thinking/feeling/behaviors that impede healing/recovery, improving social and communication skills, life transitions, mindfulness, meditation, play therapy, self-esteem, somatic therapy, stress management, trauma.