Dr. Patricia Jaegerman is a Licensed Psychologist in the United States and Venezuela. She earned a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Couples and Family Therapy from ISPP in Chicago. Dr. Jaegerman has been practicing for more than 20 years. She has focused on a broad spectrum of emotional issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal matters. Dr. Jaegerman helps clients cope with major life cycle transitions such as marriage counseling, pregnancy, parenting, divorce, career changes, midlife, and empty nest. She has extensive experience treating clients who are dealing with adaptation to new living conditions as a result of relocation, immigration, acculturation, losses, separation, illnesses, and aging. Dr. Jaegerman conducts therapy in English or in Spanish and uses an integrative approach in working with individuals, families, and couples.
Gottman Lvel 3 trained therapist
Amdria approved EDMR Therapist
Illinois School of Professional Psychology, now Argosy University - Chicago. Psy.D. Couples & Family Therapy minor (2001)
Universidad Católica Andrés Bello-Caracas, Venezuela. License in Psychology (1994)
Universidad Católica Andrés Bello-Caracas, Venezuela. Law School (1987 to 1989)
2009-Present: Psychologist/Owner, Lighthouse-Psychologists- Hollywood, FL.
2007-2009: Psychologist, Tokyo English Life Line Community Counseling Services Japan.
2005-2007: Psychologist/Clinical Associate, Child & Family Psychologists - Plantation, FL.
2005-2007: Group Therapist, “Support and Encouragement Group for seniors” - Sunrise, FL
2003-2005: Post-Doctoral Resident/Clinical Associate. Child & Family Psychologists - Plantation, FL.
2001: Group Therapist, Breast Cancer Coping After Treatment Program. University of Miami, FL
1999 -2000: Pre-Doctoral Intern. University of Miami Counseling Center, FL.
2000: Summer Extern.Jackson Memorial Hospital: Center for Family Studies - Miami, FL.
1997 -1998: Therapy Extern. Ravenswood Community Mental Health Center - Chicago, IL.
1996 -1997: Diagnostic Extern. Community Counseling Centers of Chicago, IL.
1993-1994: Psychotherapy Rotations in Venezuela. Center for Clinical Psychology Services, Military Hospital: Dr. Carlos Arvelo, El Penon Hospital, Educational Unit Paulo VI, Educational Unit MLGC.
2009- Present, Adjunct Faculty at Nova Southeastern University Center for Psychological Studies, Doctoral Program.
2016- Present, Volunteer Educator, Group Leader and Counselor for March of the Living Broward.
2008 Adjunct Faculty Temple University Japan Campus
2002-2003 Parent Child Teacher, Mailman Center at Nova Southeastern University.
1989-1993 Pedagogical Director B'nai Brith Summer Camp.
1990 Teaching Assistant, Mathematics and Statistics, Catholic University Andres Bello.
(Clinical Psychologist in Hollywood, Couple counseling in Hollywood, Clinical Psychologist in North Miami Beach)