[x_text]“Jay is a gifted therapist who is dedicated to his clients’ well-being and growth. I recommend him highly.”

-Dr. John Snyder, Psy.D.Research Director and Clinical Supervisor for the San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group

[/x_text][x_text]“Jay is a gifted psychotherapist. He is able to attune to his clients’ emotional needs which establishes a therapeutic atmosphere of safety. He combines his extensive knowledge of theory with a sense of creativity to customize his approaches to the unique needs of his clients. I regularly refer clients to him and would heartily recommend him to anyone looking for a therapist.”

-Dr. Jane Jordan, Psy.D., Psychoanalyst in Private Practice, San Francisco

[/x_text][x_text]“Jay is a caring, empathic, and gifted psychotherapist. He is adept at finding a pathway to connecting with all kinds of clients and crafting a safe space for them to explore their challenging issues and concerns. He is flexible and creative in his attempts to form a therapeutic alliance, thus facilitating his clients’ abilities to commit to examining and resolving what is getting in the way of their getting the most out of life. I highly recommend him.”

-Marcia Herman, LCSW, Psychotherapist in Private Practice, San Francisco

[/x_text][x_text]“I know Jay as a friend, colleague and fellow therapist. He is a very warm and caring person who naturally puts others at ease with his humor and humility. What has impressed me most about Jay as a therapist is the level of thoughtfulness he brings to his practice. He wrestles with the tensions inherent in the field of therapy: for example, how can he bring clients both symptom relief, as well as deep and lasting change to the way a person relates to him or herself and others? With a keen intuition and his clients’ best interest as his guide, he navigates these questions with a grace and wisdom beyond his years. Jay is committed to understanding and honing the therapeutic relationship to heal the wounds of relational trauma, so that clients can free themselves to be the authors of their own lives.”

Dr. Lucas Jones, MD, Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist in Oakland, CA