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Jada Eisenhall, PsyD, LMHCA

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Dr. Jada Eisenhall is a provider at our Anderson Park clinic who provides psychiatry services in-person and via telehealth. She earned her PsyD from Azusa Pacific University in clinical psychology. As a postdoctoral fellow, she provides psychotherapy and psychodiagnostic/personality assessment under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist.

In her therapeutic practice, Dr. Eisenhall partners with adults who are ready to receive support around any number of concerns including childhood trauma, attachment injuries, ecological and climate distress, anxiety, depression, and ethnic minority stress. Informed by psychodynamic theory, EMDR, somatics, ecopsychology, attachment, and internal family systems models, she collaboratively works with clients to develop a treatment plan around clearly defined goals that are meaningful to them. She enjoys weaving in aspects of bibliotherapy, cinema therapy, and journaling to support the ongoing work. While empowering BIPOC, Jewish, and White ally individuals, she hopes to support the mental wellness and fortitude of these communities. She believes in the healing benefit of the outdoors and is enthusiastic about holding nature therapy sessions as appropriate. Dr. Eisenhall seeks to build a foundation of trust in the therapeutic relationship from the outset of her time with clients. She is additionally trained in faith integration and provides a welcome space for spirituality in therapy sessions.

Dr. Eisenhall views assessment as a beneficial tool to clarify complicated diagnostic questions, discover how someone’s internal and interpersonal functioning style affects various areas of life, and as a therapeutic intervention. She plans to pursue training in Therapeutic Assessment and hopes to offer this in the future.