Jeremy McDavid, CMHC Intern
Clinical Mental Health Counselor Intern
A deeper understanding of self has always been an important pursuit for me. By exploring internal experiences, thoughts and emotions, I have sought to find ways to navigate a chaotic world. In our work together I will provide a safe non-judgemental place to help you explore some of those elements of yourself. Through implementing hope around the possibility for change I will help you wherever you are in your journey. I will be an empathetic partner on your path to self discovery. I seek to help my clients learn skills and strategies that will help them achieve their goals through empowerment and providing conditions for personal growth.
I provide individual counseling for adult and young adult populations. I have been trained to work with presenting issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship trouble, and hard developmental life transitions. I believe in a Person centered approach meaning the client is the expert in their own experience. I feel my role as a Counselor is to be with you in your experience and create a space for you to process whatever life events you bring in. It is important for me to provide a space to explore your journey with a curious lens.
I grew up in Philadelphia before moving to Boston for my undergraduate education where I received a Bachelor of Science at Northeastern University with a degree in Behavioral Neuroscience. Throughout my time as a high school and college student I was an athlete and am excited to work with athletic populations as a counselor. Whether you feel you are struggling on or off the field around balancing the many stressors of being an athlete I would love to help. I am currently pursuing my Master in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Appalachian State University.