Dr. Jasmine Bradley
Dr. Jasmine Bradley is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She received her undergraduate degree (B.A. in Psychology) in 2002 from Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Dr. Bradley went on to earn her Masters in Sport Psychology (2009) and Doctorate (2011) in Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Bradley has over 15 years of coaching and psychotherapy experience.
During her postdoctoral residency, which had a focus on Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Based Approaches to Psychological Wellbeing, Jasmine personally experienced the impact chronic stress can have on the human body and mind. Her own challenges provided the impetus for her immersion into mindfulness, self-compassion and acceptance based approaches to well being.
Dr. Jasmine Bradley strives to support others in uncovering the health, vitality and strength that lies within. She works with others as they develop healthier ways of relating to internal (thoughts and feelings) and external (others/life situations) events.
An integrative approach directs Dr. Jasmine Bradley’s work, including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness and self-compassion-based techniques for healthier living. She supports those struggling with stress, disordered eating, relationships, work, athletics, adjustment, loss and trauma. Jasmine enjoys giving keynotes and speaking at conferences.
Jasmine is relaxed and her attention is kind. She provides lecture series and programs for businesses or teams. She is happy to tailor a program specific to your needs.
Learn more about Dr. Jasmine Bradley by checking out her article on our Coaches’ Blog here:
The Heart Must Feed Itself First