Jamie Camphouse, MA

jamiecamphouse


Advanced Clinical Therapist

626-263-7528/Ex 15

jamiecamphouse@gmail.com

Office Location: Pasadena

Individual therapy, couples therapy, depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, gender identity, sexuality, faith and spirituality, life transitions, eating disorders, infertility.

Life can be full of complex and challenging experiences. At times, it may feel as though you no longer have the ability to cope. Perhaps you feel stuck, confused, or alone in your struggle. You might be experiencing feelings of anxiety, depression, or grief, which can often make day to day living feel like a battle. As a therapist, my hope is to collaborate with you to help you find healing and relief by uncovering what has caused you to feel stuck. 

It is my hope that we can work together  to help you move past a mode of just surviving to truly thriving as you gain self-awareness, a clearer sense of purpose, and a deeper understanding of yourself as a relational being. 

It is during difficult times when relationships and support are the most important. I value the power of relationships, and recognize that therapy provides a unique relational experience that can lend itself to healing and powerful change. My hope is to create a space where you feel safe and known, allowing you to access and connect to the core of who you are so that transformation can occur. Because the relationship between client and therapist is so important for the growth process, I feel that it is important you find a therapist with whom you feel is a good fit for you. I would be pleased to offer a 15-minute phone consultation to ensure that you feel comfortable choosing me as your therapist. Whatever it might be that you are struggling with, you don't need to go through it alone. 

 About Jamie Camphouse

Jamie is a doctoral student at the Graduate School of Fuller Theological Seminary. She is an Advanced Clinical Therapist and is working under the guidance and supervision of Rebecca Rouse (PSY 28583). She received her M.A. in Psychology in 2018 from Fuller. She also holds a B.A. in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family from Azusa Pacific University. She has had the opportunity to work with people of diverse backgrounds at Fuller Psychological and Family Services over the past couple of years. 

Her current research involves the study of suffering and chronic trauma within the role of activist. She is an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and seeks to create safety within her office for clients of all orientations.

 © Relate Therapy Center 2019 | All Rights Reserved | 130 S. Euclid Ave., Suite 2 Pasadena, CA 91101 | Telephone: 626-263-7528 | Fax: 626-549-2156 | Email