Build resilience through trying times.
Life can be challenging to navigate, especially when our health is negatively impacted. How we adapt to challenges can reduce suffering, increase connection, and build resilience.
When we can remain flexible, grounded, and connected to our deepest values, we can take wise and compassionate action to improve our own well-being and that of others.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive professional experience and a passion to help people reduce their suffering. I see many people with chronic pain, insomnia, fatigue, digestive problems, stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship conflict.
Over the past two decades, I have worked for Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, Kaiser Permanente, and Chapa De Indian Health. I currently have a private practice in the beautiful Sierra foothills and lead workshops with other facilitators.
I founded Lemke Health Partners in 2013 to connect with other practitioners and help individuals, professionals, and organizations integrate changes to improve well-being, reduce burnout, and enhance resilience.
Dr. Jessica Del Pozo
Services at a Glance
via Zoom & retreat centers
Workplace Well-being classes
Resilience workshops for health care providers, first responders, activists, teachers, and attorneys.
With clinics seeking integrated pain management, early intervention & prevention of chronic pain.
Burnout mitigation for professionals.
Lemke Health Partners | LemkeHealth | United States Psychologist
Lemke Health Partners fully embraces providing high quality and multiculturally sensitive services that affirm the dignity, worth and value of all individuals. We are committed to creating and maintaining an atmosphere of openness, trust, and safety where all attitudes, beliefs, values, and behaviors can be freely explored and discussed. In doing so, we strive to provide a welcoming and enriching environment that is conducive to the intellectual, emotional, and social development of our diverse community. We value diversity in all its forms promoting an environment of respect and appreciation for the race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical/mental ability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, and socioeconomic status of all persons.
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