Neil R. Jones MA, LMHC
Neil R. Jones is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). Neil has been in practice since February of 2005. Neil did his masters level internship with the Meier Clinics (formerly Meier New Life Clinics). Neil worked for two years in their intensive outpatient day program, where the teaching were based on the works of Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend, while also managing an outpatient caseload. While doing this Neil wrote his masters thesis on treating chronic pain in an outpatient counseling setting. He has completed the level 3 training with the Gottman Institute. Neil has also spent time working as Correctional Mental Health Counselor. Prior to receiving his bachelors degree, Neil worked for Seattle Mental Health as a Mental Health Technician doing case management. Neil also was trained as a counselor for Pregnancy Resource Center (formerly Crisis Pregnancy Center). Neil, along with Gretchen L. Jones MA, LMHC founded Crossroads Counseling & Consulting LLC in September of 2008.
Neil R. Jones MA, LMHC received his masters degree (MA) in Counseling Psychology, with a Multicultural emphasis, from Northwest University in December of 2005. He graduated cum lade with his bachelors degree (BA) in Psychology from Northwest College in 2003. Neil R. Jones is a lifetime member of the Psi Chi National Honor Society. He served as President of the Northwest University Chapter/Graduate Division of Psi Chi while working toward his masters degree. Neil served as the Vice President (VP) of the Northwest College chapter of Psi Chi while obtaining his bachelors degree.
"I help people to identify the specific obstacles in their lives that keep them from being satisfied and content. I then help them decide on a plan of action to effect the change in their life that they desire. I utilize both evidence based therapies [such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and the research and recommended application of Dr. John Gottman] and relationship focused therapies [such as object relations theory (based off the work of Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend) and family-systems theory (based off of the works of Salvador Manuchin and others)].
Whether your pain is emotional or physical, there are always ways to make it better or to improve the quality of your life. Hope and a sense of control over your life are essential elements to happiness. I can help you restore these in your life. What are your obstacles to hope and a sense of control over your life?"
-Neil R. Jones MA, LMHC
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