About

Hi, I’m Jeremy Mohler, a writer, therapist, and meditation teacher.

I offer individual and group therapy to people who live in Maryland and D.C. My specialties are helping people heal and grow from anxiety, burnout, relationship/intimacy issues, and internalized capitalism/whiteness/patriarchy. I especially like helping men navigate modern masculinity (though I enjoy working with people of all gender identities).

I use an anti-oppressive, trauma-centered, systems framework to provide a safe, nonjudgmental, identity-affirming space for people to feel heard and understood.

I bring all of my life experience—living in a Buddhist meditation center, working in corporate America, advocating for economic and racial justice in statehouses and city halls nationwide—into helping people feel more connected and show up more authentically.

I also offer mindfulness meditation classes to public institutions and nonprofit organizations.

My writing has been published by the Washington Post, USA Today, and other publications. Read my latest on my blog.

I did not make myself or “pull myself up by my bootstraps.” I am influenced by a long lineage of teachers, healers, and writers, including Tara Brach, Hugh Byrne, Kaira Jewel Lingo, Donald Cohen, and many others.

My story

Many years ago, a broken heart led me to seek out therapy, both individual and a men’s group. I learned how to soothe my anxiety, show up more authentically with others, and—most importantly—be compassionate to myself.

Along the way, I transitioned careers from marketing for Fortune 500 tech companies to advocating for economic and racial justice in Congress and in statehouses and city halls nationwide. I also lived and trained as a meditation teacher at Washington, D.C.’s Lamont Dharma House, a yoga and meditation residential center connected with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington (IMCW).

I bring all of this experience to helping people show up more fully and authentically at work, in the relationships that matter to them, and as they try to make the world a better place.