Dr. Jamie Long
Hi! I'm Dr. Jamie Long, a clinical psychologist licensed by the state of Florida. I'm passionate about helping individuals improve mental health and psychological wellness. I'm proud to offer a full range of therapy services for a variety of behavioral health issues.
It can feel uneasy to reach out to a psychologist/life coach especially when, generally speaking, your life might be pretty good. I'm glad you're here. You deserve to take time for yourself and your wellness.
*A note on insurance: I do not accept insurance but am happy to provide information that you can use to seek reimbursement through out-of-network benefits.
Are you usually the one helping everyone else with life's problems? Do you want to be healthier? Maybe you don't quite have the ever elusive work/life balance down pat, or the relationship of your dreams. Or perhaps your mood is sometimes up and down and stress is more common than not. If the above looks like you, imagine feeling stronger, happier and more satisfied in life. That's what my clients experience shortly after starting therapy. Nowadays, there are many strategies to help improve our lives (stuff that's actually been studied by real life scientists!) I'm excited to share these tools with you.
Dr. Jamie Long
A Psychologist licensed by the State of Florida who's passionate about helping men and women improve mental health and psychological wellness. She practices in her beautiful office located in East Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Dr. Jamie Long is an expert psychologist and offers a full range of therapy services for a variety of behavioral health issues. Both Dr. Long’s Masters and Doctoral degrees were awarded from Nova Southeastern University – Center for Psychological Studies. She graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. In addition to private practice, she has served as a university professor, career counselor, researcher, writer, and even a professional food critic.
Dr. Jamie in the Media + Community
Dr. Long serves as an expert writer for Psychology Today. Check out her blog on Psychology Today and here. She has also served as a professional food critic for Broward Palm Beach New Times. Dr. Jamie is frequently featured and quoted in publications such as Reader's Digest, BravoTV.com, Bustle, and The National Psychologist.
RadioDr. Long is a frequent expert guest on radio programs. She has appeared on The Paul Castronovo Show (previously the Paul & Young Ron Morning Show), News Talk WiOD, and Real Talk Radio with Lou Ryan. Listen to her most recent radio presentation discussing a heathy relationship with food — intuitive vs. emotional eating.
CommunityThe Boys & Girls Club honors 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County each year. Dr. Long is humbled to be recognized alongside 99 incredible women for the 2014 class! Dr. Long is also is a member of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP) and the American Psychological Association (APA).
Therapy ApproachMy therapy approach utilizes scientifically proven treatment modalities. As an eclectic psychologist, I incorporate various psychological interventions with an emphasis on my areas of specialty: CBT, DBT, and the Gottman Method.
My therapy specialties are in the treatment of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and relationships. Although I utilize numerous strategies to help my clients achieve their goals, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and The Gottman Method for couples are my preferred treatment approaches and I hold advanced training in these therapy modalities.
As an eating disorder specialist, I received expert training during my clinical experience in university counseling centers and at The Renfrew Center — a comprehensive residential eating disorders program located in Coconut Creek, Florida.
At The Renfrew Center, I began as a post-doctoral resident then was invited to join senior staff as a supervisor and manager. I developed patient programming and trained numerous clinicians and student interns. I'm dedicated to eating disorder awareness and have spoken at several training seminars and advocacy events within the community. Since 2008, I've provided individual, couples, family and group therapies for adolescents and adults with eating disorders and co-occurring disorders within my private practice.
Both my Master's and Doctoral degrees were awarded from Nova Southeastern University – Center for Psychological Studies. I graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology.
In addition to my private practice — The Psychology Group Fort Lauderdale — I've served as a university professor, career counselor, researcher, writer, and even a professional food critic. Click here to make an appointment or contact me.
I appreciate and welcome any useful feedback my clients can offer. Please feel free to share your experience of the therapeutic services you or your loved one received by taking a few minutes to complete this satisfaction survey. Even if you’re a current client of mine, I would like to hear from you! Your privacy is protected and testimonials will only be shared with your permission. Thank you for sharing!