About Jamie Wasserman

We often seek therapy in hopes of finding a solution to a problem we can’t quite solve on our own. The things we find ourselves needing help with are often deeply personal and reaching out to a stranger can put us in an uncomfortable place of intense vulnerability. As I see it, the most important thing to know is that, deep down, we’re all basically the same. Variations of a similar human experience: we feel great, like crap, anxiety, unlovable, worthless, alone, and, for some reason, we feel that it’s important to keep these feelings secret. 

I look at the therapeutic process as an opportunity to learn about oneself from the inside out, in order to gain the information necessary so that each person has the ability to take control of their internal world and have a better experience within the world around them.


My sessions are active, focused, fun, and always goal oriented. My top priority is sharing all the information, tools, and personal insight I’ve gained through my 40 years of education and experience within the field of psychology. Being a person is hard, and having good mental health takes effort and persistence. No one should have to navigate it all on their own and that’s why I aim to be a psychological advisor, helping people to solve their problems while becoming their own biggest ally, prepared to move forward in their own special ways.  


We are the solution to our own problems.
Let me guide you how to become your very own
self-serving mini shrink.