Jeff Mickey, tLMFT
- Allen Memorial Hospital
- Gender: Male
Why did you become a provider?
I enjoy helping people thrive in life and relationships with others by helping them find ways to make the story they want to tell about their lives a reality.
As a provider, what is your medical philosophy?
Connecting with others in meaningful ways is an important aspect of thriving in life. Removing barriers and leaning into strengths to develop healthier relationships with ourselves and others can position us to realize the future we desire.
What type of care/clinic interests are you most passionate about?
Relationships, identity, life transitions, communication, mood disorders.
Why did you choose your specialty?
I enjoy connecting with people and working with them to break free from things holding them back, while discovering strengths and resources to help them thrive.
What qualities best describe the care you provide your patients?
Compassionate, non-judgmental, curious, solution-focused, sense of humor.
Areas of expertise or additional certifications or trainings
Marriage, family, young adults and teens. Experiential and solution-focused approaches.
Being a healthcare provider, what drives/motivates you each day?
The conviction that everyone deserves the best chance to thrive and connection with others is a huge part of that.
Areas of clinical interest
Communication, relationships, life transition, stress, mood disorders.
What is the most important thing patients should know about you and your practice?
There are ways through whatever might be holding us back, and I'll work to help you identify and claim your strengths, while leaning into resources to find your way to your desired goals. I'm eager to learn with you.
Running, hiking, sports, faith and family