If you would like to receive counseling with Jason on an ongoing basis, Jason maintains his private practice at Plumeria Counseling Center in Austin, Texas. Through private sessions, Jason is able to tailor the lessons of The Art of Giving Permission (TAOGP) to the specific challenges and issues that each client faces in their daily lives. Ultimately, his goal is to train each client how to effectively become their own therapist–someone on whom they can rely for guidance for the rest of their lives. As such, once Jason feels that a client has gained confidence and skillfulness with the principles of his philosophy and is firmly on the road to the success they desire, he will transition weekly sessions to bi-monthly, then monthly, and so on. Eventually clients stop by about once a year, “just to say hi”.
The cost/session to meet with Jason is $125/hour.
Appointments can be scheduled by calling 512-344-9181 and are subject to availability.
“Enso” is a Japanese word meaning circle. It is considered the quintessential subject matter for Japanese calligraphy and symbolizes completion, totality, and an individual’s inward and outward relationship to the universe. It is said that the singular brush stroke that comprises an enso captures and displays the essence of the artist who painted it, much like a spiritual portrait. Upon completion of a counseling relationship, Jason invites clients to experience the act of painting an enso (two, actually). One of these the client frames and takes home with them to serve as a reminder of all they have learned, similar to a diploma. The second Jason hangs in his office, to serve as a cherished souvenir from their shared time together. In this way, he honors and maintains the connection that has been developed between himself and each client. When he looks at this “wall of fame”, Jason is reminded of all the extraordinary individuals who have shared their lives with him.