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UCLA Counseling and Psychological Center
Therapist Jennifer Jameson wearing a white long sleeve shirt and smiling at the camera

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Graduate Degree: Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
Graduate School: California School of Professional Psychology (Psy.D), Pepperdine University (M.A.)
License: CA PSY 32865
Internship Site: University of California, Santa Cruz, Counseling and Psychological Services
Postdoctoral Training Site:Loyola Marymount University, Student Psychological Services
Clinical Experiences/Interests: Dr. Jameson has delivered solution-focused therapy in a variety of settings including community mental health, intensive outpatient, residential treatment programs, hospital settings, and university counseling centers. She has expertise in treating body image and disordered eating concerns, mood and anxiety issues, and relational conflict. Jennifer also has extensive knowledge pertaining to stress management and addressing performance related anxiety that may impact athletes and performers of the arts. Her specialties and interests include self-compassion focused interventions, mindfulness-based practices, and research in Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare and experiential learning. Jennifer enjoys working with first-generation college students, international students, athletes, chronic pain conditions, grief and loss concerns, and LGBTQIA+ mental health and wellness.
Approach to Treatment:Jennifer utilizes evidence-based interventions that are individually tailored for the specific needs and identities of her clients. Her therapeutic values are geared towards highlighting resilience, enhancing self-worth, promoting identity exploration, and broadening perspectives of self-in-relation to others and their cultural world.