Dr. Jonathan Gross is a neuropsychologist who has trained at Emory University, the Mount Sinai Medical Center, and Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital.
A skilled therapist specializing in Attachment-oriented individual psychotherapy, Dr. Gross explores the proven connections between our earliest relationships and our lifelong ways of perceiving, thinking, feeling, and relating to others.
When conducting comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations, Dr. Gross helps his patients better manage various conditions that affect the brain and mind.
Dr. Gross is passionate about educating professional and general audiences about Attachment Theory and the benefits of narrative coherence (i.e. our ability to think robustly about our relational past and its influence on our enduring thinking-feeling-relating patterns).
In 2014 Dr. Gross began offering experiential workshops that have helped numerous people increase their joy, freedom, and ability to love-from-the-heart through autobiographical story-telling. Participants in his workshops report deep transformations in their capacity to manage life’s challenges, particularly in areas most burdened by issues from the emotional past.
Dr. Gross lives in Jacksonville, Florida with his wife, four children, 11 chickens, two ducks, and cat Jeremiah.