Jasara Hogan, MA
You know your relationship can be one of the most rewarding aspects of your life – so why are you having so much trouble understanding one another? You’re not communicating like you used to, and don’t know how to get back to where you used to be.
Sound familiar? You’re not alone.
Over time, it’s easy to drift apart, leaving you each feeling confused and stuck in the same disappointing cycle. Working with me, we’ll collaboratively focus on breaking your negative relationship cycle and bring you back to a place of understanding and acceptance.
You will find I am somewhat irreverent, but always warm and caring. Humor is important to me, and I strive to make therapy as lighthearted as possible. I am direct and will push you to reach your goals but will also accept you exactly where you are. We will work together to determine your goals and reach them as quickly and effectively as possible.
I believe powerfully in romantic relationships and have spent both my undergraduate and graduate careers researching what makes these relationships thrive, why they suffer, and how best to help partners come back together when they experience difficulties.
I am in my 6th and final pre-internship year in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program at the University of Utah. At the Salt Lake Relationship Center, I am providing reduced-cost therapy and working under the supervision of Brigg Noyes, PhD.
I look forward to the opportunity of working with you. Please schedule your appointment today!
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Utah, In Progress
M.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Utah, 2016
B.S., Psychology, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, 2013
B.S., Latin American Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2005
Other Experience and Training
Couple Therapy, University of Utah CLOSE lab, 2016-present
Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Assessment, Utah State Hospital, 2016-2018
Individual and Group Therapy, Salt Lake City VA, 2015-2017
Individual Therapy and Assessment, University of Utah Counseling Center, 2014-2015