Ann Jamison, MS MFT
"A survival situation brings out the true, underlying personality. Our survival kit is inside us."
- Laurence Gonzales
As a marriage and family therapist, I am trained to see people within the context of their family and social systems. I'm able to work with my clients as whole people, from a non-judgmental stance. I take a collaborative approach, and I believe each client is the expert on their own lived experience. I use a broad range of techniques from cognitive behavioral to the psychodynamic. The style of therapy you receive is adjusted to your unique self.
For the past six years, I have worked in mental health in various capacities, including advocacy and peer counseling. In 2016, I received my master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Edgewood College.
My family and I have lived in Madison for the past eight years. We can often be found exploring Wisconsin's beautiful state parks. I also liked to spend my time knitting, weightlifting, reading, forming intense opinions about superhero movies, and volunteering.