Jason Stotts is a registered psychotherapist providing counselling and psychotherapy to adults. He works to meet people where they are and help them to unravel mental health problems that are negatively impacting their lives. He utilizes a collaborative approach to therapy where he explains what is being done and why so that he and his client can engage in the process together. His goal is to help people to get back on the path towards happiness and living as well as they can.
Jason specializes in sex and sexuality related disorders (such as “sex addiction,” sexual abuse, or performance anxiety), trauma and stress related disorders (such as PTSD) from a variety of causes (rape, car accident, injury), mood disorders (such as anxiety and depression), and relationship and couples’ issues (such as affairs and relationship conflict). He is supportive of, and comfortable working with, all kinds of couples, including those who are monogamous, ethically non-monogamous (such as open relationships and swingers), or polyamorous, etc. He can help you navigate and work through entrenched relationship conflicts and help to find mutually beneficial outcomes.
Jason Stotts completed a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Clinical Psychology from Brandman University in Riverside, California (2015) with a dual emphasis in Professional Clinical Counseling (PCC) and Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). He also has a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with Honors in both Philosophy and Economics from Denison University in Granville, Ohio (2006). He has also completed advanced training in human sexuality and sex therapy through the University of Guelph.
Jason Stotts is a member of several organizations, including: