Jessica Ostendorf, Psy.D., L.P.
Serves: Children, adults, and families with various interpersonal, mental health, and substance use issues.
Specific areas of interest Co-occurring disorders; mood disorders; anxiety disorders; trauma-related disorders; interpersonal/relational issues; substance use and recovery
Education: Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
About my work: Collaboration is one of the main focuses in my work. Empathic listening, unconditional positive regard, congruence, and rapport building is key in developing a strong therapeutic alliance.
I integrate various theoretical approaches in my work. Allowing oneself to truly engage provides a unique opportunity for self-examination.
Creativity, spontaneity, and playfulness are paramount in work and life. They are a vehicle to find the life-work balance many of us seek, allowing us to experience the best version of ourselves.
Read more about Jessica at Psychology Today.