A Little About Me
Jaye Moyer, LCSW, TEP
I am a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor practicing in New York City and the Hudson Valley. I work with individuals, couples, and groups and I also provide training, consultation, and online mentoring to mental health practitioners.
I’ve always been interested in creativity and the creative process. How do we grow and develop creativity? Creativity is about seeing something in a new way of responding in a new way. I look for ways to incorporate humor, spontaneity, playfulness and intuition into my work. I work with people of different religious backgrounds.
In the past ten years, I have integrated meditation, mindfulness and compassion practices into my psychotherapy practice. I draw upon these as resources. They inform and enhance my therapeutic work.
I am certified as a trainer, educator and practitioner by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy.
I have served on the staff of Hudson Valley Mental Health in Duchess County, New York.
I served as a clinical supervisor and coordinator of Group Services at GMHC.
I have presented at national and international conferences and recently co-authored an article published in the 2019-2020 ASGPP Journal entitled “Buddha MeetsMoreno”.
I co-created IntegralTherapy.net. We offer “Time In”, Sunday afternoon group sessions of guided meditation, experiential exploration, and group sharing. IntegralTherapy also offers CEU- qualified training for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists. We integrate mindful awareness, meditation and compassion practices with psychotherapy and experiential learning. Learn more about Time In sessions.
Current I am a faculty member at the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York City where I conduct ongoing CEU-qualified training.
I am also a former part-time adjunct faculty member at New York University Graduate School of Social Work.
Recently, Bill and Susan Morgan invited me to be one of their guest teachers for the “Daily Sit” offered by the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies.