About

My name is Jeremy Mohler, LGPC, a therapist licensed in Maryland and Washington, D.C. I teach people how to lower stress, manage anxiety, and improve relationships.

Many years ago, a painful breakup led me to seek out therapy. I learned how to soothe my anxiety, show up more authentically with others, and show myself compassion. I grew and learned so much from therapy that I eventually decided to become a therapist myself.

I bring all of my personal and professional experience—from touring the country as a musician to marketing for Fortune 500 tech companies, advocating for economic and racial justice in Congress, and teaching mindfulness meditation—into helping people figure out what’s in the way of living the life they want.

I use mindfulness, Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, and other techniques to provide a safe, nonjudgmental, identity-affirming space for people to heal, let go of trauma, and make changes in their lives. I am Level 1-trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy.

I write a weekly newsletter helping men be better friends, lovers, and human beings, called No Man Is an Island. My writing has also been published by the Washington Post, USA Today, the Guardian, and other publications.

I am influenced by a long lineage of teachers, healers, and writers, including Tara Brach, Hugh Byrne, Kaira Jewel Lingo, Donald Cohen, Hetty Barnett, and many others.