Nathan brings extensive training and the gift of passion to everyone he helps. He holds a Master’s of Divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary, Master’s level training in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic. Nathan is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and has earned multiple certifications in substance use prevention and treatment. He is trained in CPT, a form of treatment he uses with clients to undo the impact of past trauma. Helping those in early recovery overcome cravings and have a chance at long-term recovery.
Nathan has spent over 15 years assisting families and individuals struggling with the effects of substances, and is passionate about the 12-step approach to recovery. When not therapizing, Nathan enjoys spending time with his wife and four young sons. He is an avid Florida State alum and sports enthusiast.
Matt’s career as a therapist has spanned more than 20 years and has allowed him to practice in multiple States and countries. He has had the privilege of working with people suffering from severe mental health difficulties, individuals in crisis, people in the criminal justice system, people suffering from substance use and dual diagnosis, first responders and people in higher education. Through these experiences and over time, he has had the opportunity to develop skills as a practitioner and select more specialized areas of clinical focus. Matt has always been a person who believes, “it is better to be a master of one trade than a jack of all”. The areas he focuses on as a therapist are depression, mood disorders, trauma, self-esteem and severe a persistent mental illness. He has found that it is the exception rather than the rule that a person suffers from just one ailment and is always prepared to work with individuals who are dealing with any number of issues.
Clinically, Matt tends to work from a Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT) approach with strong elements of self-compassion (CFT) and strengths-based interventions. He has been trained in various other modalities including DBT, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, relapse prevention and motivational interviewing. Matt sees his role as someone who helps you find the solutions you need and work towards the goals that you set. He looks forward to welcoming you to OASIS Counseling and working with you on the goals you have for yourself.
Maryann became a counselor after counseling changed her own life. She holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Concordia University Chicago. Maryann views counseling as a highly collaborative effort between her and her clients. She utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) with clients and compassionately challenges them to modify their thinking and behaviors to achieve a greater level of wellness. For those interested, she also offers Christian Counseling. She has extensive experience working with substance use, anxiety, depression, codependency, and family dynamics. She’s passionate about assisting clients through their spiritual journey, addressing issues with self esteem, and helping clients identify and establish healthy boundaries and utilize coping skills.
Maryann was born and raised in New Jersey but was always meant to live in Florida. She’s a mom and a big musical theater fan. She’s a proud Rutgers University alum. Maryann is an avid football fan and cheers on the NY Giants and, thanks to her husband, the Green Bay Packers when they aren’t playing against the Giants.
Jason is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with six years of experience in the field of mental health in Palm Beach County and the public school system. He has experience with individuals from at 10 and up, groups, and family counseling. Jason has experience in therapeutic interventions and creating treatment plans for clients with mental health issues, chemical dependencies and victims of trauma. He has mentorship experience, and has provided coaching and feedback to mental health interns. Jason enjoys working with a variety of client needs and enjoys working with.
Jeremiah has been working in the counseling field for over 13 years. He started his career at a mental health facility in Atlanta, GA with a focus on adolescent clients.
After leaving the mental health facility Jeremiah worked as a counselor and director of mental health services for a state prison. During his tenure with the prison system he was trained in working trauma focused therapy that was used with sexual assault victims as well as perpetrators. Jeremiah has extensive history conducting group counseling as well as individual counseling. In session Jeremiah focuses on using mindfulness to work on being present in the here and now. Acknowledging the past as a tool and being aware of the future possibilities with feet firmly rooted in the present.
Jeremiah is currently working with Palm Beach County School District at an elementary school as Behavioral Health Professional. On a personal level Jeremiah has been married almost 20 years and has 2 children and one dog.
Russel is a a growing professional who loves all. He excels at accepting all clients and given unconditional positive regard. Watch out because he can be a little pushy, specially when a ball in thrown.
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