J.D. Neubauer, PhD, LMFT

One of the first things I consider essential in therapy is transparency; in that light, I want you to know me a little before you read about me as a therapist. Before joining Insight Therapy Group, I received my master’s degree at Mount Mercy University. I have two cats, spend time with my husband, and love to read. I also want you to know that I identify as a genderfluid gay person because I want you to feel as comfortable as possible with me before we start working together on your healing journey.

I consider you the expert on what is going on with you, including your feelings, worries, and concerns. In a collaborative shared space, we can find new meaning in the problems you experience. As we go through life, roadblocks and barriers to success are inevitable. My goal is to provide an open and accepting space where all people feel heard and accepted throughout the therapeutic experience. I offer a brave space for adults, teens, couples, and families from all backgrounds and populations seeking therapy. I am committed to acceptance and mutual respect.

I come from a strength-based approach which is influenced by Internal Family Systems (IFS). When I am not using Internal Family Systems, I am direct and logical, which fits into many evidence-based practices.

I am also a certified therapeutic game master which I use in therapeutic group settings as well as individual therapy. Being a certified therapeutic game master means that I utilize games and gaming to help you create the change you want to see in yourself, whether that is through individual or group therapy.

No matter which direction we go in therapy, the goal is to help you change, progress, and become a better version of yourself. I enjoy working with individuals, children 16 and up, LGBTQ+, neurodivergence, and couples. As a kink-aware and sex-positive therapist, I maintain an open-minded approach. I am supportive of traditional and non-traditional relationships. I am skilled at working with clients who experience trauma, anxiety, gender dysphoria, autism, ADHD and depression.

J.D. offers in-person and telehealth appointments at our 3412 Center Point Road NE office.

Email J.D.: james@insighttherapygroup.com

J.D. Neubauer, PhD, LMFT

One of the first things I consider essential in therapy is transparency; in that light, I want you to know me a little before you read about me as a therapist. Before joining Insight Therapy Group, I received my master’s degree at Mount Mercy University. I have two cats, spend time with my husband, and love to read. I also want you to know that I identify as a genderfluid gay person because I want you to feel as comfortable as possible with me before we start working together on your healing journey.

I consider you the expert on what is going on with you, including your feelings, worries, and concerns. In a collaborative shared space, we can find new meaning in the problems you experience. As we go through life, roadblocks and barriers to success are inevitable. My goal is to provide an open and accepting space where all people feel heard and accepted throughout the therapeutic experience. I offer a brave space for adults, teens, couples, and families from all backgrounds and populations seeking therapy. I am committed to acceptance and mutual respect.

I come from a strength-based approach which is influenced by Internal Family Systems (IFS). When I am not using Internal Family Systems, I am direct and logical, which fits into many evidence-based practices.

I am also a certified therapeutic game master which I use in therapeutic group settings as well as individual therapy. Being a certified therapeutic game master means that I utilize games and gaming to help you create the change you want to see in yourself, whether that is through individual or group therapy.

No matter which direction we go in therapy, the goal is to help you change, progress, and become a better version of yourself. I enjoy working with individuals, children 16 and up, LGBTQ+, neurodivergence, and couples. As a kink-aware and sex-positive therapist, I maintain an open-minded approach. I am supportive of traditional and non-traditional relationships. I am skilled at working with clients who experience trauma, anxiety, gender dysphoria, autism, ADHD and depression.

J.D. offers in-person and telehealth appointments at our 3412 Center Point Road NE office.

Email J.D.: james@insighttherapygroup.com

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3412 Center Point Road NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

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3500 Center Point Road NE, Suite 2
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

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200 State Street, Suites 202-H and 202-I
Cedar Falls, IA 50613

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TEL: (319) 382-8660

FAX: (319) 382-8693