Evan Jarschauer

Professional Mental Health Interventionist & Licensed Psychotherapist

Evan is an internationally recognized expert in providing Professional Mental Health Intervention Services for complex mental health and substance abuse cases. He creates comprehensive intervention solutions that break through seemingly impenetrable walls of resistance, denial, manipulation, and even bureaucratic red tape by focusing on the underlying issues impairing a person's ability to function independently. Evan began his career working as an outreach counselor for a local community mental health center helping families in crisis successfully comply with drug, family, & criminal court-mandated counseling & case management orders. As a result, early in his career, Evan recognized the impact of being able to bring both mental health & substance abuse services out of the classical office setting and directly into the homes of all those battling depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, trauma, schizophrenia, and substance abuse. Evan completed his internship in mental health counseling at the University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital, while completing his clinical addiction training at the Hazelden School for Addiction Studies. He has appeared as a special guest on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, The Bill Cunningham Show, ABC, NBC & CBS News, & The Huffington Post, while lecturing for organizations including, The United Way, The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), and Novasoutheastern University. Evan has experienced an explosion in his caseload directly related to the pandemic, and now looks forward to sharing his experience, insight, and message of hope. Although his work is complex, his philosophy is simple: “No matter what anyone tells you, as long as there is life, there is hope! With a comprehensive, caring, and unified approach, you can take action now to help a loved one battling severe symptoms of mental illness and substance abuse. Instead of waiting for the bottom to fall out, we can raise the bottom together before it’s too late.”