Renowned mental health expert, author, and public speaker Gregg Jantz, Ph.D., has helped thousands of people overcome addictions, recover from trauma, and form life-long healthy habits. The author of 26 books on topics related to wellness and healing, his most recent publication is Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Fear (2011). Gregg Jantz appears regularly on television in Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York. Recent appearances include CNN Headline News, CBS LA, and New Day Northwest. His primary work has been the foundation and management of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc., a treatment center that serves as A Place of Hope (as it has come to be called) for struggling individuals and their families.
Gregg Jantz holds certification as an eating disorder specialist as well as a chemical dependency counselor. He is also a licensed mental health counselor and shares his expertise with individuals around the world through his books on personal wellness, healthy eating habits, and recovering from trauma and addiction. Some of his titles include, Gotta Have It! Freedom from Wanting Everything Right Here, Right Now (2010), Happy for the Rest of Your Life (2009), and Healthy Habits, Happy Kids (2005).
Many of the services designed by Gregg Jantz and offered by qualified professionals at The Center focus on eating disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Located near Seattle, Washington, The Center for Counseling and Health Resources boasts a full medical team and supporting staff. Each client receives a comprehensive individual treatment plan based on Gregg Jantz’s philosophy that the road to true recovery and healing takes place through whole-person care.
Privacy and discretion are key in any successful treatment plan, and The Center for Counseling and Health Resources’ services are fully confidential. Because he knows that many individuals in high-profile positions are prone to burnout from stress and overwork, Gregg Jantz has developed programs specifically for VIPs. When they come to A Place of Hope, they receive physical and spiritual support and are given the care and space they need to heal and rediscover their passion for life.
An advocate of professional development, Gregg Jantz belongs to the American Counseling Association, the American Association of Christian Counselors, and the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. He currently resides with his wife and two sons in Edmonds, Washington.