Jared Medium


I specialize in individual and family therapy including teens, young adults, parents, and couples. I am honored to partner with you and your family as we embark on this journey together. My role as your therapist is to facilitate healthy communication, promote understanding, and assist you in finding effective solutions to the difficulties you may be experiencing.

I approach therapy from a non-judgmental perspective, honoring each person’s unique experiences and perspectives. By collaboratively setting objectives and regularly evaluating our progress, we can ensure that our therapy aligns with your expectations. I have two kids and wife who works as an elementary school assistant principle. I’ve been practicing for 17 years. I look forward to working with you as we strive to build stronger connections, enhance communication, and foster a healthy, safe environment.

Other Experience

  • Case Manager for grant funded community health programs in Tarrant and Smith County.

  • Relief worker for non-profit in SE Asia and Middle East.

  • Leadership Program Manager for Sky Ranch Camp

  • Public Speaker advocating for Mental Health in communities, schools, and places of worship.

  • Indonesia after college for 2 years

  • Missionary in Beirut, Lebanon working with Syrian refugees.


  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Howard Payne University

  • Masters: Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

  • Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor

  • Certifications: ACRA Therapist (Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach); Training in ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy



What Our Clients Are Saying

Jared has been a great help to me over the past semester. In the past, I found myself getting stuck in the same patterns of negative thinking that would lead to depression. In High School, I had people that I leaned on to help me through, but college proved to be even more challenging. Through counseling, I have been able to recognize these patterns and begin to cut them off at the beginning rather than let them build up. I still struggle with my thoughts, but I no longer spiral. It’s hard work, but I’ve been able to enjoy college so much more with these new insights and skills.
Randall, 20
Being a teenager in today’s culture is rough! Before coming to see Jared, my anxiety was out of control. I struggled going to school and I began to see every confrontation as negative. This affected my relationship with my parents, coaches, teachers and friends. Jared helped me gain new insight into dealing with confrontation. He is such an encouragement to me, but also holds me accountable by “confronting” some of the ways I still struggle with anxiety. Every session is a great reminder to see how far I’ve come.
Adele, 15

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