Current Position: Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Missouri
Specialties: Work Related Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Substance Use / Addiction, Financial Stress / Concerns, Social Anxiety & Phobia
About Jeremy Hodess
Jeremy Hodess is a social worker with Babylon Health, providing remote therapy services through our telehealth system. He’s licensed to practice in Missouri, and he received his masters of social work from Washington University in St. Louis in 2000. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, Jeremy has a broad base of knowledge to work from while providing care to patients.
Jeremy brings a wide range of clinical experience to his position with Babylon. He’s worked as a front-line clinician, team manager, and clinical social worker, as well as working on the more administrative and integration-based side of healthcare. Jeremy is confident in his ability to help patients navigate complex systems to get the care they need. He offers Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to his patients, working with them to develop new systems of thinking and coping with issues. Jeremy treats issues including anger management, ADHD, trauma, substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and more. When you sign up for a virtual appointment with Jeremy, you can expect a talk therapy session focused on altering behavioral patterns to achieve your goals and maintain a healthier mental lifestyle. Patients from adolescent to seniors can book appointments with Jeremy.
Jeremy Hodess lives in and works out of Missouri.
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker, State of Missouri
- Bachelor of Arts (Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations), University of Chicago
- Masters of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis
Bio and Interests
I have 20 years experience providing care in a variety of settings, including residential youth programs, inpatient hospital and outpatient therapy. My approach to practice is rooted in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). This practice is based on the idea that our thoughts, feelings, and actions are constantly interacting and influencing one another. A lot of our work in MBCT is about building greater awareness of our thoughts. Once we become more aware of our thought patterns, we begin to see how they influence our emotions and behavior. Then, we can decide how we want to respond.