Jeanne L Meyer, LPC, LMHC
I was introduced to EMDR Therapy in 1995 by a colleague and trained by Dr. Francine Shapiro and Dr. Andrew Leeds soon thereafter. I believe that my experience in working with a variety of individuals, most of whom had co-occurring disorders, gave me a very strong foundation in the AIP model. This is the foundation of EMDR Therapy, from which all protocols have been developed. I believe it is easy to lose sight of that with the multitude of protocols promoted now. I have continued my education through EMDRIA and now practice with co-occurring disorders, dissociative disorders and have added ego state work for Phase 2 and when necessary throughout treatment.
Education & Experience
Jeanne Meyer received both her baccalaureate and masters degrees at the University of Oregon. She has worked in community co-occurring mental health and substance abuse outpatient treatment programs. In those agencies she worked with many different disorders and concerns within a diverse population. She was also the Assistant Program Manager for the Co-Occurring Treatment Program at Lifeline Connections. Since that time she has been in private practice. She provides individual, and group counseling. She also provides clinical supervision to other therapists and case managers.
Professional & Volunteer Affiliations
Wellness Project - volunteer counselor and clinical supervisor. Love Makes a Family - LGBT organization
- Alcohol/Substance Abuse
- Anxiety/Panic Attacks
- Gender Identity
- Mood Disorders
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sexual Abuse
- Traumatic Incident
First Choice Providence PPO Pacific Source