Jacob Hatch

Jacob Hatch: LMHC

I believe in a collaborative approach working with couples and individuals. Together we will identify and work towards achieving goals and create new ways to work through problems. My goal is to help you focus on your strengths and what works. Whether that means improving communication, resolving conflict, or strengthening relationships, my experience and training focus on helping couples improve their relationship. I am also able to help individuals focus on growth by overcoming challenges in a meaningful way. 

Couples’ relationship health is my specialty. Using the Gottman method, I work with couples to resolve conflict and build their relationship through improved communication. With training in PREPARE/ENRICH pre-marital counseling and offer a structured plan to meet premarital counseling needs. When problems pop up, it can feel overwhelming. But you have the ability to deal with it and make changes when necessary. Seeking help takes courage. If you’re in need, feel free to call with questions or to schedule an initial consultation.

A Little More about Jacob Hatch

Jacob Hatch is a member of the American Counseling Association and the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. He is trained for the Prepare/Enrich premarital and marital counseling program and is licensed by the State of Florida as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (Lic. #MH15384).

Jacob received his Bachelor’s in Social Work from Ashland University, a Master’s in Divinity from St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary and a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Florida. Jacob served as a youth director for nearly ten years before turning his focus toward mental health counseling. 

Jacob approaches therapy from a strengths-based, wellness approach that focuses on using what works for individuals, couples, and families. His approach to therapy is one which uses the family or individual’s faith as an asset when challenged with unforeseen circumstances. He has been trained in DBT, Infant Mental Health which focuses on bonding and attachment between young children and their parents, as well as Trauma-Focused CBT.  

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