Doctoral Intern in Psychology
My primary goal is to help clients overcome hardships by shifting towards more helpful ways of relating to their thoughts, feelings, identities, and to other people. In doing so, I strive to provide a validating environment through a calm, non-judgmental, curious, and collaborative approach.
Jay is a Doctoral Intern in Health Service Psychology at Vanderbilt University’s Counseling Center. He is in his final year of Doctoral training in Clinical Psychology at Midwestern University. Jay has worked with diverse client populations in a variety of clinical settings, such as, in university counseling, and outpatient and inpatient clinics. To meet the unique needs of each client, Jay works from an integrated lens that incorporates CBT, psychodynamic, and relational approaches through a multicultural frame. His clinical interests include anxiety, mood disorders, identity and relationship concerns, adjustment issues, and psychological assessment. When he is not in the office, he enjoys hiking with his dog, reading, spending time with family and friends, and snowboarding.