• The Road to Healing Begins Here


    In today’s 24/7 instant communication and gratification culture, stress and pressure are often all too common, in addition to dealing with COVID-19, its limitations to life and social isolation. Our jobs, relationships, friendships and even our pets demand time from us and results in little “me” time. Going offline to nurture yourself is all too uncommon but can be the key to a more contented, joyous, and thriving life. My practice specializes in helping you have a more happy, healthy, productive, and more importantly relaxed life. Taking an hour of your time to go offline has great benefits to creating peace in your life.

    “Above all, Don’t fear difficult moments. The best comes from them.” – Rita Levi-Montalcini

    Dealing with the stresses and pressures of life can create a more balanced and happy life. Anxiety & depression are pervasive in our country and having better coping skills to navigate them to create harmony for ourselves and our relationships is what I help people achieve.

    You know the answers to your questions but often times have difficulty accessing them due to self doubt, fear or making the wrong decision. Uncovering these answers frequently leads to a less complicated, more gratifying life. Let’s get to work uncovering the wisdom you already have within.

    About J.M. Evosevich, Ph.D.

    J.M. Evosevich, Ph.D., LMFT, CADC, BCBA, RN is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in individual & couples therapy, and maintains a private tele-therapy practice in San Diego, California. I want to let people know that I can see anyone in California and Utah via telehealth. And others nationally and internationally as a personal coach. Dr. Evosevich has more than 30 years of experience working in healthcare, mental health, with a specialization in couple’s therapy. He has successfully worked with men, women, adolescents, Veterans, and the LGBTQI community creating individualized care for people with mental health and substance abuse disorders. Dr. Evosevich frequently speaks at professional conferences and is a published author of professional articles and books on mental health and substance abuse.