Jason Maxtin, LMSW
I’ve always wanted to help people through hardship. As a firefighter and paramedic, I have met and cared for many people experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, and distress. After years spent helping patients in short-term crises, I’ve devoted my life to empower clients with long-term solutions.
While working as a firefighter and paramedic, my coworkers and I were consistently exposed to traumatic events. These events were compounded because many did not know how to address trauma. My mission is to change this culture and to bring mental healthcare to those who need it.
My approach to mental health is Solution-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I engage a variety of strategies like neurofeedback and therapeutic techniques like mindfulness practice. I’m equipped to help you overcome anxiety, depression, migraines, ADHD, runaway thinking, and similar concerns. I work with children, teens, and adults.
I’m a Licensed Master Social Worker under the clinical supervision of Norman Cobb, PhD, LCSW. I graduated from UT Arlington with my Master of Social Work.
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I like good stories, a stroll outdoors, dogs and cats, dancing and gaming. I like to study the mind and about how people overcome mental anguish. Overwhelmed people are my favorite clients. I like to walk with people as they discover solutions to their anxiety and panic.