About Dr. Jantz
The Founder of The Center
Dr. Jantz, the Visionary
Nearly 30 years ago, eating disorder specialist Dr. Gregg Jantz had a vision of Hope. Trained in counseling, he looked at the treatment options available and realized something was missing. In all areas of need – from eating disordersto depression – hurting people went to a doctor, a psychiatrist, a counselor, and a pastor, going from place to place looking for Hope, help and healing from their pain. At each junction, they received help for a piece of the puzzle, but that puzzle often remained unsolved.
Instead of settling for fractured care, Dr. Jantz created The Center, known as "a place of hope". – leaders in whole-person care where people find comprehensive, coordinated care from a treatment team using a "inspired healthcare" –addressing medical, physical, psychological, emotional, nutritional, fitness and spiritual factors involved in recovery.
Dr. Jantz, the Speaker
The "whole-person" approach is at the core of Dr. Jantz's wide audience appeal and the high level of transformation he inspires – as an eating disorder specialist and counselor in many other life issues. He believes everyone is a constellation of emotional, physical, intellectual, relational, and spiritual dimensions operating within the context of circumstance. By addressing and engaging each element through the kind of whole-person care offerred at The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, the entire person can emerge as a whole, healed human being.
Stress, Depression, Grief, PTSD, Abuse and more
Dr. Gregory Jantz PhD, specializes in emotional counseling, depression, stress disorders and grief recovery. He is a go-to media source for commentary on national as well as international traumatic events in the news. He regularly works with patients afflicted with PTSD and other stress related illnesses. Dr. Jantz is the Author of several mental health books including, "Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse," "How to De-Stress Your Life," "Happy for the Rest of Your Life," and "Moving Beyond Depression: A Whole-Person Approach to Healing."