Autry Jamison, MA, MFTI, PCCI

Marriage and Family Therapist Intern

IMF 98156, IPC 3740
(408) 508-6245

Supervisor, Jeremy Lun Hao Easton, MFT; MFC 48646

Education:
MA in Counseling Psychology – Palo Alto University
BS in Psychology with an emphasis in Social Action – Palo Alto University
IMPACT School of Ministry – GateWay City Church, San Jose, CA

Areas of Focus:
Grief & Loss
Individual
Couples
Children
Family and Group Therapy
Art Therapy
Anxiety
Chronic Pain
Transitional Issues i.e., death, job loss, career, and relationships
Trauma-related issues
End-of-Life Issues
Spirituality
Queer Community
Intersectional/Rectification Issues

Memberships:
Member and past president of Pi Alpha Upsilon Chapter for Counseling Academic & Professional Honor Society International at Palo Alto University
Member and the Community Outreach and Program Development Chair for PAU MA Counseling Student Diversity Committee
Member of American Counseling Association (ACA)
Member of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT)

 Autry Jamison is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern and a Professional Clinical Counselor Intern with a Masters degree in Psychology.  She received both her Masters degree and Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Social Action, from Palo Alto University.

Autry provides counseling for individuals suffering from anxiety, chronic pain, depression, and grief. If you are feeling stuck and confused, or trying to figure out how to move forward after experiencing loss, Autry specializes in bereavement. Autry recognizes that the dynamics of grief not only affects the individual, it also affects and complicates multiple functions in the bereaved life. 

 Autry is very passionate about helping individual’s process grief, transition through loss, regain hope, and discover their purpose. With Autry’s rich history of intersectional experiences, she can effectively serve culturally diverse populations. She appreciates the beautiful diversity in God’s creations, and is open to assisting and supporting clients from the Queer Community.

Autry has been married for 26 years. She has 5 children and 7 grandchildren. She has a non-profit organization called “IDJ Foundation Grieving & Support Services” that help bereaved families and provides other programs and services. The website is: www.idjfoundation.org. Autry enjoys spending time with her family, writing, and doing research.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)