Jonathan’s unique background allows him to utilize resources and perspectives within and beyond traditional therapeutic approaches. His specific training includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavior Therapy, Harm Reduction Models, Motivational Interviewing and Motivational Enhancement models, Rational Emotive Therapy, and Somatic Experience Therapy (which includes the CAR Model of Trauma). Jonathan has also trained with David D. Burns, MD in modalities such as Cognitive Therapy and Therapeutic Resistance and T.E.A.M. modality. Specific to addiction/recovery, and Terence Gorski in the CENAPS model of relapse prevention and recovery enhancement. He devoted much of his early career to working with teens and young adults; resulting in training in anger management, self-esteem and self-concept revision, and eating disorder recovery. The diverse experience in an array of care settings has provided experience, insight, and understanding that translate into client-centered care in progressive and practical ways.