Healing From and Healing Toward
Jeremy Lehmann, LMFT and Trauma Therapist in Nashville, Tennessee
Maybe this is your first time looking for a therapist, maybe you’ve done this before but you’re looking for a different approach. Either way, you’re here because you’re dissatisfied with the way things are but aren’t sure about what to do next.
The individuals who show up in my office aren’t here because they just want somewhere to vent about their week. They’re here because they want to experience lasting change in their lives, they’re hoping for greater connection to themselves and others, and they’re committed to the process.
My clients come to me looking for someone who can help them make sense of what they’re going through and who can help them learn more effective ways of dealing with the challenges of their daily life. We’re not going to spend all of our time talking about what happened in the past, we’re also going to explore, define, and clarify where we’re headed.
But most importantly, you’re going to learn how to tune into and listen to your own wisdom.
Practice makes Progress
I believe that the ability to thrive is inherent to all of us and that you are much more capable and complex than just the symptoms that brought you here.
My approach to therapy is relational, collaborative, and engaged. I’m not simply curious about what you want to experience less of (i.e., anxiety, depression, conflict), I also hope to discover what you want to see more of (i.e. connection, resilience, purpose, to name a few). I’m especially curious about where and when you’re the most alive version of yourself.
I am dedicated to helping people heal from their past so that they can thrive in their life and relationships. I have extensive post-graduate training in trauma resolution, sex therapy, and the nervous system. But I also know that you aren’t just looking for clinical expertise. You’re looking for someone who truly gets what it’s like to be at the mercy of stress, past hurt and self-doubt, without reliable ways to get yourself back online.
In our sessions we’re going to practice skills that you can take with you to use in the real world. I don’t use secret therapy tricks that will only work in our sessions. I always want you to know why we’re doing what we’re doing and how these practices are relevant.
I am LGBTQ-affirming (I’m gay myself) and work with adults of any orientation or gender.
Training and Education
State of Tennessee Department of Health License #1584
Master of Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy (MMFC/T), 2018
Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville, TN
Training and Certification
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)
Certified Prepare/Enrich facilitator
SAFE EMDR Trained
Somatic Experiencing Trained (Advanced)
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT)
American Counseling Association (ACA)
Society for Sexual, Affectional, Intersex, and Gender Expansive Identities (SAIGE)
I help adults overcome past hurt and post-traumatic stress so they can thrive in their lives and relationships.