Dr. Jonathan Marshall



Psychological struggles are more common than most people realize. I work with clients to overcome those struggles and live happier, healthier, more productive lives.

If you would like to work together, we will collaborate to create an individualized treatment for you. Some clients prefer very practical approaches to psychotherapy; those may involve homework, readings, and, possibly, role-plays. For others, a more insight-oriented or relational approach works better. And for clients working with unconscious conflicts, medical conditions effected by their state of mind, or challenges accessing their creativity, clinical hypnosis and mind-body practices can be very useful.

Which Therapy?

I am sometimes asked if I use one particularly tradition of psychotherapy.

I have trained in each of the five major schools of western psychotherapy (approximately 20,000 hours training) and I draw from twenty years of formal mindfulness practice. While I am an integrationist at heart, I increasingly use methods from humanistic and psychodynamic psychotherapy. I continue to take about seven courses a year to keep my skills growing, and I often dovetail into my work elements from the following modalities of therapy:

  • Clinical hypnosis
  • Ego-state therapy
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
  • Focusing (Gendlin)
  • Schema therapy

When we are truly present, we leave the noise of our minds and connect better to others and to ourselves; a feeling of aliveness grows and even the mundane feels precious.
— Jonathan
  • Feeling a prolonged sense of helplessness or sadness
  • Problems don't seem to get better despite efforts and help from family and friends
  • Difficulty concentrating on work assignments or other everyday activities
  • Worrying excessively, expect the worst or constantly feeling on edge 
  • Harming yourself or others by, for example drinking too much alcohol, using drugs or being aggressive




  • Addictions
  • Attention deficit and hyperactivity (ADHD)
  • Anxiety (including panic)
  • Depression 
  • Eating & feeding disorders
  • Obsessions & compulsions 
  • Relationship & marital concerns
  • Sexuality (I'm LGBT+ and kink-friendly)
  • Trauma and dissociation
  • Personality and communication issues
  • Psychological issues that have a medical impact