Jacqueline Glosman is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Art Therapist who works primarily with adult clients one-on-one. She specializes in working with issues such as anxiety, self-esteem and self-criticism, identity and relational issues, perfectionism and imposter-syndrome, and life-transition challenges. Jacqueline has a special sensitivity in working with creatives, all gender identities (with a specific focus on millenial women), and first-generation adult-children of immigrant parents.
Jacqueline's approach to therapy is one that is active and interpersonal. In working with her clients, Jacqueline prioritizes entering her clients world through gaining a deep understanding of what their experiences have felt like and the messages they have internalized about themselves through these experiences. Through this understanding, Jacqueline helps clients identify some of the false beliefs they may have about themselves. Over time, in therapy, Jacqueline helps her clients discover their sense of self in a way that they may have not felt or believed in before, or for a while. Part of the therapeutic process is in gradually aiding clients in integrating a new and true way of seeing and feeling themselves, through developing self-compassion, expansive self-understanding, and strengthening their ability to self-regulate.
Jacqueline received her B.A. in Fine Arts through San Francisco Art Institute in 2014 and has a background in teaching art. She received her M.A. in Psychology with a specialization in Art Therapy in 2019 through Phillips Graduate University. Jacqueline has been working with clients in the Los Angeles area for the past four years, with specific experience in working with adult individuals through The Center for Individual and Family Counseling and West LA Therapist Corporation. She is currently working through her own practice, Jackie G. Therapy, located in Los Angeles.
Jacqueline is currently accepting new clients for teletherapy throughout all of California!