My name is Jeremy Mast, and I'm a marriage and family therapist intern and the creator of this site. I'm glad you're here! I think of this site as a place of meeting, learning, sharing, and growing with you. I invite you to connect with me here.
A well-worn adage says that we are all travelers upon the road of life. Whatever experiences a day's journey may bring, I believe that we feel most alive–most fully human–when we are authentically connected to others and to ourselves. In meaningful relationships in which we are free to be vulnerable, we can share our deepest hopes, feelings, and fears with another and know that the other cherishes every part of us, even those parts that we ourselves dislike.
As a traveler upon The Road with you, I invite you to join the conversation with me. Together, we will explore the healing power of authenticity, self-awareness, and vulnerability in relationships and how we might grow toward this healing together.
Greetings! I am a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF #71991) under the supervision of Curtis Miller, PsyD, DMin, MFT #31636. I am passionate about helping clients discover new feelings, voice unspoken desires, and integrate them into their lives. I studied theology and biblical studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, graduating in 2008 with a Master of Divinity. Intending to advance in academia, I was eager to invest in the lives of students and participate in enriching relationships in higher education. Upon completing my MDiv, I discovered that my true passion was journeying with others through the transformative process of therapy. Two years later, I returned to the seminary to pursue a degree in psychology. In 2012, I graduated with a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy, committed to integrating spirituality and psychology. I … Read more
Musings from the Blog
Some months ago, I stumbled across “Winnie the Pooh,” a 2011 film featuring many of my favorite childhood friends, while wading through the vast waters of Netflix’s streaming library. My delight upon being reunited with these characters inspired me to integrate my training as a therapist with my affection for Pooh and his friends by [...]
What is an affair? Must an affair involve sexual intercourse? What about a kiss? What about pornography? While almost everyone would feel betrayed if a partner had sexual intercourse with a third person, other amorous, intimate behaviors can be equally destructive—dinner with an old girlfriend, for instance, or flirting in online chat rooms. All of [...]
Let me tell you an entirely fictional story about an entirely made-up married couple, Dorothy and Jonah. The couple is embroiled in an argument about a contentious event that happened earlier in the day, and while the details are a little murky, there can be no doubt that the conflict is steadily escalating.
I am available to see individuals, couples, and families. My areas of focus include marital and pre-marital counseling, affair recovery for couples and individuals, anxiety, depression, and spirituality. I believe that lasting change comes through the experience of genuine connection and understanding in relationship. Whatever your present concerns, relief and healing are possible. Together we can change and strengthen your emotional life while creating new and life-giving ways of being in … Read more