Jessica McCrea, Psy.D.

1244 Pine Street

Boulder, CO 80302

303.247.0408

jessica@jessicamccrea.com

 
 

If you are feeling stuck or overwhelmed, of if you are having difficulties in key relationships, reaching out to a qualified therapist may be the wisest step you can take.  Modern science teaches us that when we feel seen and understood by another who is attuned to us, this helps us to feel more centered.  Not only that, but there are more effective and efficient modes of psychological treatment available than ever before.


I recognize that most people approach therapy with a mixture of hope as well as apprehension.  I believe that part of my role is to carry the hope for you until you can fully embody it.  


I am a psychologist licensed in both the state of Colorado and the state of California.  I hold a doctorate in Individual and Family Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, the oldest professional psychology school on the west coast.  I completed my post doc at the Wright Institute, a premier training site for insight-oriented therapy.  I have had two thriving private practices.  In Los Angeles, I served clients in the film and television industry.  Since 2005, I have been seeing adult individuals and couples in Boulder.


I have a life-long interest in the full range of human development.  I have received training in leading-edge treatments for trauma, as well as in energy psychology.  I have expertise in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, the study of the mind, the brain, and relationships.  I write and speak about these subjects. For several decades, I have practiced meditation.


As a psychotherapist, I am devoted both to helping my clients with their distress and inspiring them to reach their potential.


“I never hesitate to refer my patients to Jessica McCrea for psychotherapy because I know they will be treated with the utmost professionalism, compassion, and competence.  The improvement my patients report from working with Dr. McCrea is evident and often dramatic.” -David Rosenthal, M.D., Psychiatrist