Trauma / Dissociation / Grief / Anxiety / Men's Issues
The Journey Toward Resilience
Time seems to be a bittersweet friend at points in our life. It has the capacity to nurture us to new heights, bring us from the depth of our suffering, and at times keep us pinned in the crevices in-between.
Often times those seeking help find that their timeline is characterized by chaos and confusion. Though in theory, an upside hourglass should still flow correctly, there are times when something may interrupt that flow. These instances may be events in the past that have affected us much more than imagined.
Therapy offers the environment to grow in understanding and awareness of what keeps us pinned in our situations. Through the collaborative relationship and increased insight, one begins to change their present and future.
Jeremy Cooper, LPC Intern
Supervised by Linda Marten, PhD, LPC-S
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (#80205) in the state of Texas by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, supervised by Linda Marten, PhD, LPC-S, and received my Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. I will be pursuing a PhD in Counseling and Psychological Studies from Regent University beginning Summer of 2020.
I currently practice at Richland Oaks Counseling Center (ROCC), a group practice with the goal of mutual education and collaboration amongst clinicians to provide patients with optimum care. As an LPC Intern at ROCC, I see a broad spectrum of concerns, age ranges, and demographics. In addition to treating patients, I am regularly involved in consultation and reading groups to expand and hone my clinical abilities.
Neuropsychology of Time Perception
Neuropsychoanalysis & Interpersonal Neurobiology
Dallas Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Program Co-Chair
Psychotherapy Action Network (PsiAN)
Christian Association for Psychological Studies