LGPC, NCC, MA in Mental Health Counseling
Jason Deitz completed his graduate degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, obtaining a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Having worked with adolescents and families for over 10 years through his non-profit athletic association, he looks to utilize his experiences and education to aid individuals and families in promoting growth and self-understanding with their mental health and assisting in managing day-to-day life challenges and life transitions. Besides his athletic association, Jason currently coaches fastpitch softball at the collegiate level and has over 25 years working with people in business management, training, and support. He has learned to adapt to various demographics and learning styles to enhance motivation and healthy living in and around the workplace throughout that time.
It will be within this space where he will look to work with this transitional energy for older teens and young adults who are experiencing transitions of life from high school to college and from college into the work world but not limited to working with other demographics. These transitions can prove to be quite challenging, fearful, anxiety producing, create feelings of being stuck, separating issues (family and friends) and more. There is an overwhelming belief that everything is different now, the life you knew vaporizes, nothing makes sense, you can’t eat, or you eat everything, you can’t sleep, or you sleep all the time. Jason specializes focus works with varying needs such as anxiety, depression, adhd, and general life stressors.