Anxiety, panic, and social phobia
Depression, anger management, emotion regulation
Communication and relationship issues
Early childhood trauma, other traumas & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Disordered eating and body-image
College students’ adjustment and personal growth
Issues associated with minority cultural identities, for instance: ethnic, national minorities, LGBT, and gender identities.
Building emotional wisdom
H. Jacquie Ye-Perman, Ph.D.
Iowa State Licensed Psychologist
Certified AEDP Therapist & Supervisor
I have lived in China, Canada, and throughout the U.S. I obtained my doctoral degree at the University of Florida. During the past ten years, I have worked with a wide range of clients at hospitals, college counseling centers, and community crisis centers. I also provided training and clinical supervision for pre-doctoral interns and other trainees. My research has mostly focused on the psychological implication of perfectionism, the use of affects in therapeutic change, cross-cultural counseling and supervision. Since my arrival in Iowa, I have felt warmly welcomed in the heartland of the country.
I started studying Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Therapy (AEDP) since 2009 and in 2012 I started supervision with Dr. Diana Fosha and systematic training with AEDP Institute. Dr. Fosha is the founder of AEDP and the AEDP Institute. This therapy approach, in conjunction with my humanistic foundation, family systems theories, and mind-body techniques, has generated the most profound transformance for my clients in a relatively short period of time.
I work with a strength-based, change-focused approach, from assisting individuals to quickly regain their “footing” in the middle of crisis, improving their coping with circumstantial stressor and pre-existing psychological vulnerability, to healing from complex past trauma. I believe that life challenges pose a unique opportunity for individuals to grow, to gain better knowledge about themselves, and to expand their immediate regulating realm and long-term resilience.
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