Jae Carter, PhD

About Me

Have you lost a significant person or pet in your life due to death? Do you struggle with continued sadness that keeps you from moving forward in life? If you struggle with modest, residual grief or more traumatic and complicated grief, grief resolution can bring your emotions back into balance so that you can feel a sense of peace and positive emotion when you think about your missing loved one. In addition, I have extensive experience in assisting clients to improve stress and burnout or coping with chronic health issues. I can help you get back to living again. Many of my clients have reported they can breathe again, feel a burden lifted, or feel like themselves after just a few sessions with me. I work to improve the place you are stuck, your emotional regulation, mis-beliefs that hold you back, and relationship patterns. You feel better and get tools for continued healing. Call or text to schedule a no-cost initial consultation to see if you can benefit from rapid grief resolution or stress/burnout improvement.

Education & Experience

1989 B.A. Psychology, Texas Woman's University; 1999 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Texas A&M University; I have over 20 years experience as a health psychologist working in clinics, hospitals, and medical schools such as UT Southwestern Medical Center. I apply positive psychology principles to help people with life and medical issues to cope better and improve their quality of life. I have worked on research teams and given presentations at many professional associations and state and national conferences such as the American Heart Association.

Specialty Area

  • Birth Trauma/Pregnancy Loss
  • Chronic Illness/Medical Issues
  • Grief/Loss/Mourning
  • Stress Management
  • Survivor's Guilt

Population Served

  • Adults
  • First Responders
  • Seniors
  • Veterans/Military

Language

  • English