Jason Koch obtained his Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is currently completing his training to receive a doctorate in psychology; PsyD. His research and clinical interests concern the composition of anxiety and how it influences memory, and attention, as well as psychotherapeutic intervention and psychological assessment. It is his conviction that treatment should be tailored to the individual, but he is influenced by a variety of evidenced based clinical therapies including Cognitive Behavioral, Psychodynamic, Universal Treatment Protocol, as well as elements and techniques from other treatments such as Emotion Focused Therapy, and Psychoanalysis. He is interested in identifying your core motivations and interests so as to illustrate a tangible idea of what could be your most fulfilling life and then what obstacles prevent you from having it.