About Me

What I offer as a therapist comes not only from education and training, but also from lived experience. As someone who has had my own journey with mental health, I have experienced being on the receiving end of therapy. I always enjoyed therapy and wondered what it would be like to sit on the other side of the room! It took a while, however, to occur to me that I could actually make that my reality.

 

I received my undergraduate degree in 2010 in Human Biology at Stanford University. I was working towards a career in public health and epidemiology (the study of diseases) but various factors did not seem to coalesce. I know what it’s like to feel a lack of purpose and desperately search for meaning. It was in this place that I felt a calling to become a therapist.

 

I achieved my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology in 2018 from John F. Kennedy University in San Jose. I have practiced at two counseling agencies and an elementary school. I am continually learning and expanding my knowledge as a clinician. I maintain an active membership with California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT).

 

Outside of therapy, I am very involved in movements for social justice. I also fight to break down the stigma of mental illness, both in my personal life, and through my work with National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Santa Cruz County.

Jasmeen E. Miah, M.A.
Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
AMFT 110150
 
Supervised by Craig W. Clark, MFT - MFC34874
Monday through Friday,
by appointment
Call or Text: 831-471-7400
Email: jasmeen@whenmoodmatters.com
820 Bay Ave. Suite 208D
Capitola, CA 95010
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